Partners

WDQC collaborates with dozens of national, state, and local organizations to continually develop policy proposals and advocate for reform. Our network — reaching more than 35 states and representing viewpoints across the postsecondary and workforce spectrum — includes organizations listed below. 

National Partners

Advance CTE
Association for Career and Technical Education
Association of Public Data Users
Center for Law and Social Policy
Council for Community and Economic Research
Data Quality Campaign
Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce
George Washington University Institute of Public Policy
Institute for Higher Education Policy
National Association of State Workforce Agencies
National Governors Association
National Skills Coalition
New America Foundation
The Manufacuring Institute
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
 

State/Local Partners

Alabama Department of Labor
Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity
Arkansas Research Center
California Community Colleges
Colorado Skills2Compete
Indiana Business Research Center
Kansas Board of Regents
Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics
Maine Department of Labor
Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development
Mississippi State University, nSPARC
Nebraska Department of Labor
New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development
North Carolina Community College System
Ohio Department of Education
Rhode Island - DataSpark
Texas Workforce Commission
Virginia Community College System
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education
Wyoming Department of Workforce Services