Legislative Update: State Data Tools Must Meet Students’ Needs
In 2022, Team DQC is monitoring more than 100 education and workforce data bills and counting.
Time to Act 2021: Solving for Disconnects across Local, State, and Federal Priorities
Part 3 of DQC's Time to Act 2021, an annual wrap-up of the current state of education data use.
Time to Act 2021: Addressing Disconnects among Educator, School leader, and Parent Perspectives
Part 2 of DQC's Time to Act 2021, an annual wrap-up of the current state of education data use.
Time to Act 2021: Identifying Disconnects between Pre-Pandemic Data and Post-Pandemic Questions
Part 1 of DQC's Time to Act 2021, an annual wrap-up of the current state of education data use.
2021 Assessments: The Researcher’s Perspective
Recent federal guidance makes it clear that states should not expect a blanket assessment waiver, but questions about how to…
DC’s Research-Practice Partnership Aims to Bring People and Data Together to Solve Problems
At its best, education research uses data to inform better policy and practice decisions, support the development of tools and…
California is Following Best Practices to Make Its Statewide Data System a Reality
People need data to answer their critical questions. With meaningful access to information, students and families can explore postsecondary options…
Some Legislatures are Considering Education Data Bills Again—Against a Very Different Landscape
The coronavirus pandemic changed how legislatures across the country have operated this session.
Start With Your Questions
How can we use education data to find solutions during these unprecedented times?
EdData Legislation in 2020: What’s Happened So Far?
An update on legislative efforts to address education data as legislators shift their focus to the pandemic.
State Investments in Report Cards Are Paying Off - But the Work is Not Done
Empowering the public with high-quality data is a continuous improvement project, not a one-time task.
2019 Legislative Update Part I
DQC's Rachel Anderson highlights notable legislation from the 2019 legislative session.
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.