Education Data 101 brings policymakers up to speed on the major topics they need to know about data.
More than 20 organizations urged the federal government to provide funding to modernize state and local data systems.
As the new administration announces its priorities and Congress introduces its first pieces legislation this session, we’re noticing an important…
President Biden signed an executive order on education as part of his administration’s COVID-19 response plan. DQC President and CEO…
The new administration has opportunities to take bold action to solve some of our country’s largest data challenges.
As leaders weigh tough decisions during the COVID-19 crisis, they will need to prioritize data.
The Department of Education must refrain from issuing waivers to states from 2020-2021 statewide assessments.
Congress should renew the federal commitment to effective education data use.
States should consider using some of this federal funding to increase the capacity of their data infrastructure.
Data is most useful when, through multiple indicators, it provides a clear picture of opportunities for all students.
How policymakers can create linkages to collect CTE data and publicly report this information in actionable ways.
Regardless of the goals outlined in state ESSA plans, data is needed to measure progress and identify best practices.