When equitably collected, analyzed, and reported, school climate data are essential ingredients in providing responsive and holistic support.

Such data offer windows into individual insights as well as collective experiences and are critical to elevating and integrating diverse perspectives. Data, however, are valuable only when actionable. Data must be collected with the intention and ability to analyze and take informed action, in timely and meaningful ways.

“We must resist thinking in siloed terms when it comes to social-emotional learning (SEL), academics, and equity. Rather, these elements of our work as educators and partners go hand in hand.”

TransformEd & ANet