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Data for All: The Promise of California’s Cradle-to-Career Data System

California is on course to have one of the most inclusive state-wide data systems in the nation. The Cradle-to-Career Data System, signed into legislation in 2019, will bring together data from across the early childhood, K–12, postsecondary, and workforce sectors to provide policymakers, advocates, and communities with actionable data to address disparities and improve outcomes for all students throughout the state. One of the most unique aspects of the system is that it is being built with the intentional focus of putting data in the hands of the people to get them the information they need to help students succeed. The Cradle-to-Career Data System represents a significant investment in the state’s 5.9 million students and holds promise to help California build a more equitable future.

Join us for this informative and engaging webinar focused on the potential impact of the Cradle-to Career Data System to improve outcomes for students.

Come Join Us To

  • Better understand California’s Cradle-to-Career Data System;
  • Hear how advocates are planning to leverage the data system to support their work; and, 
  • Learn how philanthropy can engage and support strategies to promote the Cradle-to-Career system.


Mary Ann Bates

Executive Director

Kathy Booth

Project Director for Educational Data & Policy

Tessa Carmen De Roy

Founder & President

Christopher Nellum

Executive Director


Philanthropy California
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