To combat growing inequities and support students, decisionmakers need role-appropriate access to contextualized data.
States must maintain transparency and share comparable information about student progress.
Assessment accountability is back for 2021–22.
Last month, Advance CTE released Without Limits: A Shared Vision for the Future of Career Technical Education, a vision for…
Student growth measures track how much students learn over the course of a single year.
DQC's Brennan McMahon Parton shares the five data things states should be thinking about right now.
The challenges of getting comprehensive data on restraint and seclusion in schools.
State legislators consider efforts to ensure that the public has better information about school climate.
Still Students: States Must Prioritize Data to Ensure Students in Custody Receive a Quality Education
For students in custody, there is little information publicly reported on their experiences or pathways.
Empowering the public with high-quality data is a continuous improvement project, not a one-time task.
Some states have enhanced their report cards to make data easier to find and understand.
Without high-quality summer learning opportunities, students lose important learning time.
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.