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.
The pandemic is shifting, accelerating, or exacerbating existing concerns on student privacy.
Collecting and reporting data on school COVID cases and vaccination rates is absolutely allowable under federal law.
DQC Senior Associate Mirel Herrera examines relevant highlights from this year's legislative sessions so far.
Safeguarding student data is more than just a box checking exercise—it’s a foundational part of effective data use.
These resources identify the short- and long-term steps that leaders should take to promote COVID-19 recovery.
State leaders can empower educators to safeguard data responsibly as they navigate online learning during COVID-19.
The coronavirus pandemic changed how legislatures across the country have operated this session.
An update on legislative efforts to address education data as legislators shift their focus to the pandemic.
DQC's Jennifer Bell-Ellwanger writes about privacy and safety considerations for state leaders.
Everyone can take steps to ensure that data can effectively and securely play a role in helping students succeed.
Good data practices to ensure that data is only used to help students and never harm them.