What does the FRA mean for education and workforce data?
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.
Federal leaders must update data systems so that people can access data.
NAEP scores brought somber news, but leaders can use this as an opportunity for growth.
Leaders must dedicate more time, attention, and funding to investments in state P–20W data systems.
What data linkages are necessary to support federal budget priorities?
State data systems are key to making federal budget priorities a reality.
In 2022, Team DQC is monitoring more than 100 education and workforce data bills and counting.
DQC Senior Associate Alexandra Ball shines a light on what questions will be answered by this year's CRDC.
DQC Associate David Gonzalez examines how federal aid provides opportunities to invest in data.
DQC Board Chair Tomeka Hart Wigginton discusses funding considerations for state and local leaders.
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.