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State longitudinal data systems are an important way for your state to know how students are progressing through education and into the workforce. However, information gaps reduce the effectiveness of these tools.
A new infographic from PostSecData, an initiative of the Institute for Higher Education Policy, partnered with the Workforce Data Quality Campaign (WDQC) and the State Higher Education Executive Officers Association, shows the gaps in most state longitudinal data systems. Data is missing or incomplete for such key elements as:
Filling these gaps is the aim of such initiatives as the WDQC (ACTE is a partner in both PostSecData and the WDQC). In addition, ACTE is working to be part of the solution through our project to help states access data held by industry certification organizations.
Posted by Catherine Imperatore on 08/17/2016 at 04:28 AM in Data and Research, Postsecondary Issues, State and Local Issues | Permalink
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