Partners involved in the work around Credential Attainment and Work-Based Learning utilize The Pulse Data Hub to measure progress towards the shared target and identify ongoing opportunities for action.
The Pulse Data Hub includes four components:
- The Community Well-Being Index provides in-depth information on how children, adults, and families are faring across a variety of health, economic security, and education indicators. This includes indicators that impact credential attainment.
- The Rocky Mountain Partnership Scorecard serves as a scorecard for The Partnership to measure annual progress towards shared priorities and targets, including progress towards closing equity gaps and the credential attainment target.
- The Collective Work Data Center serves as the data center for each of the collective work areas prioritized by The Partnership. There is a Credential Attainment and Work-Based Learning section of the center that provides local, state, and national data and community voice and perspective related to this area of work.
- The Collective Work Asset Center provides an inventory of the resources currently available in the region that support community members in The Partnership’s work areas. There is a Credential Attainment and Work-Based Learning section of the center that provides an inventory of current programs, services, and supports that already exist to support the journey to credential attainment.
To learn more about the data and assets being used to inform and drive the credential attainment and work-based learning work, click on the links above.