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Illinois (LDS)

The Illinois Longitudinal Data System (ILDS) consists of a centralized master-client index, data management, and analytics platform. The program is managed by a governance board established through an inter-governmental agreement that includes Illinois’ State Board of Education, Board of Higher Education, Community College Board, Student Assistance Commission, Department of Human Services, Department of Child and […]

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Ohio (OLDA)

The Ohio Education Research Center (OERC) connects research, education, and policy in Ohio. The OERC is a core member of Ohio Analytics, an administrative data partnership that supports education and workforce research priorities of Ohio’s public agencies and centralizes state administrative data into a single data repository, the Ohio Longitudinal Data Archive (OLDA). The Ohio

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North Carolina (DHHS)

NC DHHS is developing the infrastructure, both technical and organizational, to enable data integration among the Department’s many Divisions for the services they provide to the people of North Carolina. This effort aims to facilitate a 360-degree view of NC residents, enabling more effective outreach for service offerings as well as the ability to evaluate

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San Francisco, CA

DCYF and SFUSD initially launched a data sharing initiative to improve the quality of the enrollment data that DCYF grantees’ programs collected. At that time, manual data entry led to an inability to reliably track youth longitudinally, and presented matching difficulties when evaluation or accountability questions were posed about youth who were enrolled in multiple

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Rhode Island (LDS)

The Rhode Island Longitudinal Data System (RILDS) integrates and links data across sectors and over time to support research aligned with the state’s priorities, inform policymaking and program evaluation, and improve the well-being of all Rhode Islanders. The RILDS connects three decades of previously siloed education, employment, and health data using a custom-built machine learning

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Greater Salt Lake Region

Promise Partnership Utah facilitates a collective impact network that includes data sharing with education, basic needs, municipal, and youth-serving nonprofit partners. Together, these partners collaborate to center racial equity and community voice in the creation, governance, and use of a Community Information Exchange data system. This information ecosystem (1) provides comprehensive and streamlined support to

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Oregon (OCID)

The Oregon Child Integrated Dataset (OCID) is a state-supported and -governed project that brings together data from disparate public programs and services from 5 state agencies. Starting with birth records and program data in 2001, OCID layers and connects data sources across state programs to enable a multifaceted look at when and where children and

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Massachusetts (PHD)

The Public Health Data Warehouse (PHD) is a truly unique public health data analysis tool that links multiple data sets across state and local government to help address public health priorities. The PHD was created in 2017, originally to provide unprecedented access to data across government to identify trends and target resources to confront the

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Minneapolis & St Paul, MN

Generation Next was founded in 2012 to address the opportunity and achievement gaps facing students across the Twin Cities. As a cradle-to-career backbone organization addressing systemic education disparities serving both Minneapolis and Saint Paul (MSP)—with direct engagement of the Superintendents from both districts—we convene a coalition of partners to create data-driven collective impact for students.

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Connecticut

Connecticut P20 WIN informs sound policies and practice through the secure sharing of longitudinal data across the participating agencies to ensure that individuals successfully navigate supportive services and educational pathways into the workforce.

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California (CDN)

The Children’s Data Network (CDN) is a data and research collaborative focused on the linkage and analysis of administrative data concerning children. The project, working under active state and university human subject approvals, includes a partnership with the California Health and Human Services Agency (CHHS) and the California Child Welfare Indicators Project (CCWIP) at the

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Georgia (CACDS)

CACDS aims to create a high quality, comprehensive, integrated early childhood data system for Georgia to inform policies and practices that produce better outcomes for children and families. CACDS provides a collection of standard and customizable templates into which early childhood partners can download aggregate-level data reports on children served across EC programs. Through the

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Georgia (GPL)

GPL’s mission is to improve the safety, education, and economic stability of Georgia’s children and families through rigorous research and long-term partnerships with state government agencies and school districts. We improve outcomes for our state’s children and families by Our partnerships lie at the heart of GPL. Our partners guide our questions, help us understand

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Hartford, CT

The Hartford Data Collaborative is a shared data infrastructure that facilitates data sharing, integration, and analysis to optimize services and outcomes for Hartford residents, with an emphasis on older youth/emerging adults (ages 14-29). We have a vision that Hartford will become a community where real-time, integrated, client-level data is accessible for regular analysis in support

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Kentucky

The Kentucky Center for Statistics (KYSTATS) collects and links data to evaluate efforts across sectors in the Commonwealth. KYSTATS is responsible for developing, maintaining, and utilizing Kentucky’s longitudinal data system and the Labor Market Information Office. KYSTATS is legislatively authorized to collect and link data from birth through the workforce in order to evaluate education,

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