Our Improvement Data

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The CORE Districts empower educators with meaningful improvement data and research that gives them a 360-degree view of their students’ strengths and challenges. CORE Districts are committed to giving educators the innovative solutions, analytics and support they need, when they need them, to ensure every student is set up for success.

Our data and analytics infrastructure empowers schools and districts to practice continuous improvement, and as such CORE plays a unique role in the state.  Through a first-of-its-kind research partnership with Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE), we also provide real-time, research-based feedback to educators and policymakers.

Our Data and Analytics Infrastructure

The CORE data and analytics infrastructure goes deeper and broader than the state’s Dashboard can.  Our data examines proven as well as emerging indicators, and is constantly evolving to better understand the elements that lead to college and career readiness.

To inform equity-driven decision making, thousands of educators access CORE’s improvement data and analytics through the CORE Data Collaborative. School reports through CORE’s system showcase actionable data for these educators to improve school and student outcomes. CORE is a data innovator, with participating districts piloting forward thinking new improvement measures and analytics in a safe and supportive environment.

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Research Reports & Findings

The CORE-PACE research partnership is the first of its kind to provide real-time, research-based feedback that improves student learning; informs policy; and provides breakthrough findings to inform continuous improvement.

Working together with PACE, we are making more educational data and research available more quickly and closest to where learning is happening. This work is informing educators and policymakers alike, and transforming the use of educational data in the state.

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