Report Analyzes How Cross-Sector Collaborations Present Data to the Public


A new report by Iris Daruwala and Carolyn Riehl of Teachers College, Columbia University, analyzes findings from a recent national scan of how cross-sector education efforts present data to public stakeholders and finds that “despite the heavy emphasis on data in the collective impact literature and the potential availability of new kinds of data for incorporation into multi-indicator systems, it appears that the data indicators in use by cross-sector collaborations are fairly conventional and limited in scope.” Read the full report.


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