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EduDream is a Latina-founded, women-owned, and equity-focused research consulting firm that partners with nonprofits, foundations, and education institutions to provide culturally responsive and community-centered research and strategy. Led by a team of experts, EduDream redefines what’s possible for education research.

The Hub

Equity-Aligned Analytics to Support Integrated Early Warning Systems

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Authors

Education Analytics

Date

April 29, 2024

Category

The Hub

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  • DOI: 10.62137/PBOG7141

The K12 Research for Equity Hub

In spring 2022, EduDream launched the K12 Research for Equity Hub (The Hub), a multi-year actionable research initiative generating evidence to advance policy dialogue on K12 education accountability and assessment systems. In its first year, or Cycle 1, The Hub supported this among three other research projects. 

Published by Education Analytics

In Equity-Aligned Analytics to Support Integrated Early Warning and School Accountability Systems, Education Analytics provides a deeper understanding of how incorporating predictive analytics and measures from early warning systems into school accountability systems is helpful to teachers, school administrators, students, and parents. Learn how schools can address equity concerns by combining prospective student-based metrics with school- and district-based accountability metrics.