Part 1 of DQC's Time to Act 2021, an annual wrap-up of the current state of education data use.
A guide for legislators and staff crafting legislation that addresses education data.
In 2021, legislators faced questions on the pandemic's impact on students, educators, and schools.
How Education Leaders Can Rethink Data, Evidence, and Research-Practice Partnerships to Serve Their Students
Research-practice partnerships provide advantages that will help meet the needs of education recovery.
DQC's 2021 polling shows what parents and principals think about data use.
DQC’s annual review of state report cards explores how states use their most public-facing resource.
Recent federal guidance makes it clear that states should not expect a blanket assessment waiver, but questions about how to…
At its best, education research uses data to inform better policy and practice decisions, support the development of tools and…
DQC explores five key themes that marked this year—and that will frame education policy conversations next year.
People need data to answer their critical questions. With meaningful access to information, students and families can explore postsecondary options…
COVID-19 prompted legislators to introduce and pass education data legislation to address the immediate priorities.
State report cards should provide parents and the public with meaningful information about students and schools.