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November 14, 2016

The White House released a Presidential Memorandum last week detailing best practices for education and training institutions serving veterans, members of the military, and their families. With 200,000 service members annually transitioning to...

October 24, 2016

Conversations about education and workforce data dominated the first public hearing of the bi-partisan Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking last week. The Commission called on witnesses representing research, education, statistical, social...

October 24, 2016

As a growing number of jobs require postsecondary credentials, a number of states have begun to experiment with ways to identify credentials of value to employers. One such state is New Jersey, who, this week, released a list of approximately 120...

October 5, 2016

Young Invincibles, a non-profit advocacy and research organization dedicated to expanding economic opportunity for young adults, released a student-inspired data system reform agenda aimed at developing a more transparent and effective higher...

October 4, 2016

Last week, California's Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 66 into law. The bill will improve California’s career and technical education by sharing licensing data to allow for better program evaluation and by streamlining reporting requirements for...

September 23, 2016

More and more states are creating online tools to help students and programs get the information they need about higher education programs. This year, Connecticut and Indiana have each released tools that can help these audiences answer critical...

September 22, 2016

The U.S. Census Bureau and the University of Texas System (UT) have signed a 10-year agreement that will allow for a fuller analysis of UT graduate outcomes and earnings.

Under this pilot partnership, the Census Bureau will provide UT with...

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