Posted on September 14, 2016
The CORE Districts announced today the expansion of the CORE Data
Collaborative to include a range of urban, suburban and rural schools serving more than 1.8 million California students. In
addition to the 8 founding CORE districts, a combination of county offices, individual districts, charter management organizations, and district consortia now are working within this voluntary
network, and using locally-driven data to guide resource allocation, stakeholder communication and improvement planning.
“This innovative system is growing because it supports collaboration within and across districts, and it provides easy-to-use, state and locally-generated information to help educators improve
student outcomes,” explained Michael Hanson, president of the CORE Districts and superintendent of Fresno Unified School District.