Twenty questions essential for E-W data systems to answer about how students are progressing from early education through career—and using the answers to guide action.View Questions
Ninety-nine student outcomes and milestones and related system conditions associated with economic mobility and security, plus guidance on how to measure them.View Indicators
Twenty-five characteristics that E-W systems should use to break down data, plus guidance on how to collect them.View Disaggregates
Twenty-six examples of practices shown to move the needle on key outcomes and system conditions, plus guidance on how to select them.View Practices
DATA EQUITY PRINCIPLES
Seven principles for centering equity throughout the data life cycle to encourage more ethical and effective data use, plus guidance on how to apply them.View Principles
About the Framework
The E-W Framework offers guidance for using data to promote equitable outcomes and economic security for all. Developed with input from leading experts from over 15 national and community organizations, it highlights key connections needed between systems to support students as they progress from early education through their career.
Education-to-Workforce Data in Action
California's Cradle-to-Career Data System
Access to Student-Level FAFSA Completion Data in Iowa
ImpactTulsa’s Child Equity Index
National Student Clearinghouse Postsecondary Data Partnership
Elevating Social-Emotional Learning in CORE Districts
News & Events
The Beeck Center and NGA formed Data Labs to help states launch data-sharing projects. This program can assist states in developing project plans that are aligned with E-W Framework recommendations.
This email outlines two ways to get involved in helping to update the E-W Framework so it remains a resource by and for the field.