Measuring Growth in 2021: What State Leaders Need to Know Report/Fact SheetAugust 04, 2020
States Can and Should Measure Student Growth in 2021: New Resource Details How State Leaders Can Prepare Now to Measure Skip-Year Growth Next Year Press ReleaseAugust 04, 2020
Secretary DeVos’s Proposal to Eliminate Data Points from the Civil Rights Data Collection is Deeply Troubling Blog PostNovember 25, 2019
In this webinar, Vince Scheivert, Rachel Johnson, and Linnette Attai discussed how school districts have used data and the cloud to innovate and optimize learning, while also providing data privacy for all. They also addressed: How districts are using data visualization and predictive analytics to support learning; How to implement next-generation safety and security tools to ensure a sustainable and robust system; and Best practices for protecting student data privacy in the cloud.
REPAIRING THE PIPELINE: Fewer Than Half of Low-Income Students and Students of Color in California Go to College, According to Education Trust–West Analysis ArticleJuly 09, 2012
Fewer than half of African American, Latino, and low-income ninth graders from the Class of 2010 were expected to go to college, according to Repairing the Pipeline: A Look at the Gaps in California’s High School to College Transition, an analysis by the Education Trust–West.
Helping Students Get Back on Track: What Federal Policymakers Can Learn from New York City’s Multiple Pathways to Graduation Initiative Report/Fact SheetJune 13, 2011
This brief examines the landscape of the federal role in addressing the nation’s off-track student population and explores ways that federal policy can be strengthened to better serve these students.
Education as a Data-Driven Enterprise: A Primer for Leaders in Business, Philanthropy, and Education Report/Fact SheetMarch 22, 2011
This publication provides leaders from business, philanthropy, and education with background on data issues; describes challenges that must be overcome; and makes recommendations for moving forward.
MAKING A LIST AND CHECKING IT TWICE: Data Quality Campaign Issues Annual Progress Report on State Data Systems ArticleDecember 07, 2009
Over the past four years, states have made tremendous progress in developing longitudinal data systems that can track the progress of individual students throughout their education careers, according to the Data Quality Campaign’s (DQC) annual progress report on state data systems.
Teaching for a New World: Preparing High School Educators to Deliver College- and Career-Ready Instruction Report/Fact SheetNovember 03, 2009
It is well established that teacher quality is one of the most significant school influences on student achievement.