Data Quality Campaign Welcomes Dr. Carey M. Wright to the Board of Directors
DQC Vice President of State Policy and Advocacy Brennan McMahon Parton discusses emerging data governance trends.
Kowalski: Trading data access for researchers’ silence is the wrong way forward for California education
Paige Kowalski discusses how recent actions by the California Department of Education.
Right now, states are not meeting data access needs.
Bell-Ellwanger: Students Want to Be Involved in Decisionmaking About Their Futures. Higher Ed Must Let Them.
DQC President and CEO Jenn Bell-Ellwanger talks postsecondary data needs.
DQC President Jenn Bell-Ellwanger discusses some of DQC’s key findings from this year’s national public opinion polling
In 2022, state legislators crafted new policies that govern the use of data from early childhood through workforce.
DQC's 2022 polling shows that superintendents and students want access to more data.
Show Me the Data 2022 calls on states to recommit to transparency and on federal leaders to help states…
Bell-Ellwanger: Time to Reimagine State Data Systems So Kids & Families Can Get Services They Need, from Early Childhood to K-12, Postsecondary, the Workforce and Beyond
DQC President Jenn Bell-Ellwanger announces the launch of the Data Champions Collaborative.
Toward a Better Measure: It’s Time to Rethink Free and Reduced-Price Lunch as a Measure of Student Need
Accurate student disadvantage data requires the use of better measures.
This year legislators faced questions on the pandemic's impact on students, educators, and schools.
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.