Sharing data across sectors and using data to guide decision-making can help organizations achieve a greater impact. The case studies linked below offer real-world examples of data collection and use practices that advance educational and economic opportunity for all.
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Elevating Social-Emotional Learning in CORE Districts
The CORE Districts—a collaborative of eight school districts in California—developed, validated, and included measures of students’ social-emotional skills in its School Quality Improvement System.
National Student Clearinghouse Postsecondary Data Partnership
The National Student Clearinghouse launched this partnership to equip participating postsecondary institutions with timely data and tools that can inform decision making.
ImpactTulsa’s Child Equity Index
ImpactTulsa partnered with Tulsa Public Schools to build a data visualization tool for exploring how environmental conditions vary across neighborhoods and their relationships to academic outcomes.
Access to Student-Level FAFSA Completion Data in Iowa
Staff in all public high schools in Iowa can now access data on whether their students completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and receive weekly FAFSA reports.
California's Cradle-to-Career Data System
California is developing a data system that brings together data from early learning programs, schools, colleges, financial aid providers, employers, workforce training programs, and social services.