Investing in California's Data Future: How California's P–20W Cradle-to-Career Data System Could Take the State from Last to First
California's new data system takes the state from data laggard to data leader.
Toward a Better Measure: Recommendations for State Policy and Education Leaders on Measuring Student Need
Accurate student disadvantage data requires the use of better measures.
State legislatures across the country have reconvened for their 2022 sessions and we have started our annual tracking of state…
COVID-19 negatively impacted indigenous communities, exacerbating existing gaps in education and workforce.
How States Are Using COVID-19 Relief Funding to Strengthen Data Systems and Promote Effective Data Use
States are using data to inform funding decisions and direct resources to students who need it most.
DQC Senior Associate Alexandra Ball shines a light on what questions will be answered by this year's CRDC.
Stakeholders at all levels can use this resource to do their part to build public trust in data.
DQC Board Chair Tomeka Hart Wigginton discusses funding considerations for state and local leaders.
Growth measures provide a more complete picture of school quality.
As the new administration announces its priorities and Congress introduces its first pieces legislation this session, we’re noticing an important…
In this update on the 2021 legislative session, DQC Associate Amber Ravenell highlights notable education data bills that state legislators…
What are student poverty measures, what can leaders do with this data, and why should leaders explore new measures?