This newsletter featured new fact sheets on the College Transparency Act (CTA) and key takeaways from the President's FY 2019 budget request.  The newsletter also highlighted WDQC's advocacy before the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity, and a presentation on non-degree credentials during a Think College webinar. Read the full newsletter.

This first newsletter of 2018 highlights the latest work of Connecting Credentials, the OMB's call for technical expertise on combining data to supporting evidence-based policymaking, and Michigan's new Pathfinder tool for exploring postsecondary and career options.

This last newsletter of 2017 includes coverage of WDQC's "Fly-In" conference, attended by over 50 state and national data experts. WDQC released a fact sheet that summarizes the key proposals from the Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking significant for workforce development. The newsletter also includes updates on other federal and state developments, as well as WDQC advocacy on the road. Read the full newsletter

This newsletter provides updates on efforts to implement the recommendations of the Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking, growing support for the College Transparency Act, summaries of WDQC advocacy on the road, and other recent state and federal developments. 

This newsletter included updates on Jenna Leventoff's testimony before the D.C. Council on a bill supporting workforce development performance reporting, North Carolina's analysis of employment outcomes data provided through its Common Follow Up System, and links to recent external publications.

This newsletter included updates on California's passage of impact analysis legislation, and Montana's report on postsecondary labor market outcomes.

WDQC published a new fact sheet on Michigan's approach to training provider data, the U.S. Department of Labor announced that it will suspend the Federal Employment Data Exchange System, and WDQC highlighted recent data developments in Indiana and Massachusetts. Read this newsletter for more information.