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Disaggregates

About Disaggregates

The E-W Framework recommends 25 characteristics that E-W systems should use to disaggregate data, along with guidance for how best to collect that information. Breaking down data on both student outcomes and system conditions can help decision makers assess disparities, expose hidden trends, and make informed decisions that lead to greater equity.

Disaggregates In-Depth

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Download Chapter III. Disaggregates for detailed information about each characteristic, including why it matters and recommendations for measurement. Download Chapter V. Data equity principles for more information on how data disaggregation can help advance equitable outcomes (data equity principle 3).  

You may also filter disaggregates by E-W sector (pre-K, K-12, postsecondary, workforce) below. Select a disaggregate to learn more about why it matters, what to know about measurement, and more.

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