Families and communities deserve to know whether their local schools are serving the needs of every student.
Culturally responsive teaching and what it looks like when using data to support students.
Without high-quality summer learning opportunities, students lose important learning time.
Regardless of the goals outlined in state ESSA plans, data is needed to measure progress and identify best practices.
Use these resources to examine how we think and talk to ensure the success of every student.
See what it looks like when leaders at all levels use school-level spending data in their roles.
By weeding out the harmful narratives and acknowledging students’ assets, perspectives can shift.
How disaggregated data can help put inequities in education in proper context for practitioners.
When you shift how you frame the data, it changes how you solve the problem.
Recent analyses from the Education Week Research Center and The Boston Globe help uncover problems, and possible solutions.
How leaders in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania used data to collaboratively address chronic absence.
Everyone deserves to know how their public schools are doing, and states are responsible for creating that clear picture.