An update on legislative efforts to address education data as legislators shift their focus to the pandemic.
How research partnerships can benefit states and districts.
State leaders must push past solutions that exist in silos to improve school quality and support student success.
Steps that state leaders can take to ensure the effective use of data to achieve their personalized learning goals.
Empowering the public with high-quality data is a continuous improvement project, not a one-time task.
Legislators have the power to introduce legislation that changes how data is used.
In 2019, legislators in nearly every state proposed legislation addressing the use of data.
DQC’s 2019 national poll examines how leaders can take action to meet parent's demands for next generation data.
DQC’s 2019 national poll found that teachers are committed to using data—but must make it happen on their own.
DQC's public opinion research seeks to better understand how stakeholders think about education data.
Read what data-driven district turnaround work looks like in schools across the country.
DQC's Rachel Anderson highlights notable legislation from the 2019 legislative session.