How States Can Use Data and Evidence to Improve Student Outcomes

Presents specific recommendations for state leaders to use data and evidence in the financing of colleges in order to improve student outcomes. According to the authors, the steps outlined can help promote upward mobility, foster shared economic growth, and enable Americans of all backgrounds to understand and cooperate with one another to solve tough public challenges.

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