More work must be done to put data in
the hands of people.
Time to Act 2017: Put Data in the Hands of People summarizes states’ efforts to act on DQC’s previously released Four Policy Priorities and provides a clear set of actions that must be taken to fully realize the power of data to support all students.
The Four Policy Priorities to Make Data Work for Students are recommendations for policymakers to help transform the use of data in education and ensure that people have the information they need to answer questions and take action to support student success.
See below to download the report and explore key takeaways of our recommendations. Visit the appendix for our research methodology and a concise listing of additional resources to support putting data in the hands of people.