“Most communities understand the need to work on sharing and using information with schools, but many misunderstand the nature of this work. Crucially, this work has very little to do with technology or technical negotiations over privacy law. It has more to do with navigating trust, turf, and time, three often overlooked elements of collaboration.
This web site and related resources provides a solid foundation that communities can use to effectively share data across organizational boundaries to improve student supports.
Specifically, this resource is designed to help leaders implement complex data partnerships, with seven key lessons about how to begin and grow a data-driven initiative with schools in your community.
The seven principles for effective data sharing are rooted in the experiences of communities across the StriveTogether Cradle to Career Network, as well as the knowledge that the Data Quality Campaign brings through its broad network of local leaders and national experts. For more technical resources, case studies and model documents view the comprehensive StriveTogether and Data Quality Campaign Data Sharing Playbook at StriveTogether.org.”