What does the FRA mean for education and workforce data?
Policymakers are facing many complex challenges that demand action—and they need transparent and trustworthy information to make decisions.
Everyone should have tailored access to information to drive student success, economic mobility, and systemic change.
These grants are a federal investment designed to deepen knowledge about what works to support students through college.
These laws provide role-appropriate data access to parents while ensuring student data is safeguarded, all in service of promoting responsible…
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Teachers do amazing things—but they can’t add more hours to the day.
Kareema shares her perspective as an HBCU student who can use better data.
Legislators have the potential to sustain and maximize significant state investments in data by creating bodies that make data work…
SLDSs oriented toward access are necessary for understanding quality dual enrollment programs.
To combat growing inequities and support students, decisionmakers need role-appropriate access to contextualized data.
Federal leaders must update data systems so that people can access data.
We envision a world where data is used to drive systemic change, economic mobility, and student success.
We advocate to change the role of data to ensure that data works for everyone navigating their education and workforce journeys.