What President Biden’s COVID-19 Response Executive Order Means for Education Data

  • Modernize their data systems with strong linkages between early childhood, K–12, postsecondary, and workforce data to help leaders understand the pandemic’s impact on transition points along the P–20W pipeline — especially between high school and college or career. State and district leaders must understand where they are losing people along the way in order to provide necessary support, enabling leaders to provide resources for students moving from K–12 to their next step as well as adults looking to reskill in our uncertain economy.
  • Build out tools and analytics so that people at all levels can access the services and pathways that will help them recover.
  • Support research capacity at all levels to help answer the questions critical to recovery. Research can help leaders identify and learn more about best practices in places where strategies are working.



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