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Sources of Longitudinal Education Data--Priority for Enabling More Data-Based Decisions

The World Bank: The World Bank compiles data on education inputs, participation, efficiency, and outcomes. Data on education are compiled by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Institute for Statistics from official responses to surveys and from reports provided by education authorities in each country.

Electronic Data Center-Emory University: State, Federal and International sources of education data by web-links.

UNESCO Institute for Statistics: From pre-primary school enrolment to tertiary graduation rates, the UIS is the leading source for international education statistics. Covering more than 200 countries and territories, the UIS database covers all education levels and addresses key policy issues such as gender parity, teachers and financing.

Educational Data Warehouse: The Education Data Warehouse (EDW) aggregates data from a broad spectrum of heterogeneous educational sources and presents them in the form of interactive dashboards, detailed reports and other visualization tools using a powerful analytics software. Our data sources include our learning management system (ALEX), academic calendars, lecture podcasts, evaluations and examination systems, academic portfolios and online learning modules.

Sources of Data: Related to early childhood, this source has links to important sources of data. Some links direct you to websites that contain national data sets, which can be used to conduct research on young children's development and education. Other links direct you to websites that provide up-to-date statistics.

EdSource-Highlighting Stratefies for Student Success: EdSource Today is an independent online forum that responds in a timely way to key education challenges and innovations in California and nationally. Its mission is to promote critical thinking through informed, in-depth discussion and reporting, in addition to clarifying key education issues for policy makers, educators, the media and the general public.

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