Connecting the Dots – The Need for State Longitudinal Data Systems

Audience: PIE Network Leaders

State Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDSs) are an integral part of conversations about state career-connected learning policy. Join this discussion with Anne Wicks (George W. Bush Institute) and Brennan McMahon Parton (Data Quality Campaign) to discuss why SLDSs are so important to meaningfully connect workforce, higher education, K-12, and early childhood outcome data and to learn more about the Bush Institute’s new SLDS brief and ratings, the Texas Tri-Agency Workforce Initiative, and DQC’s experience supporting state teams to improve their data systems. You will leave with some ideas about how to engage in SLDS policy in your state. Register to join.