Credential Attainment and Work-Based Learning

Data and Targets

Data and Targets

Credential Attainment Data Dashboard Overview

The Rocky Mountain Partnership uses a variety of data and community voice and perspective to understand the economic and social vitality of the region. This information helps paint a holistic picture of what’s happening in relation to a collective work area.

The Backbone has developed a Credential Attainment Data Dashboard to support their work. This Dashboard is integral to understanding the current state of credential attainment in our region, the impact it has on economic and social mobility, and the need for collective work.

The dashboard includes data and voice and perspective, including:

  • Outcome Baseline(s): Trend-over-time data that tells us if the outcomes most critical to social and economic mobility are improving. Baselines are disaggregated by geography, race/ethnicity, gender, age, socioeconomic status, disability status, and other demographic characteristics in order to clearly understand equity gaps
  • Shared Target(s): Measurable targets the Partnership has set and is holding themselves accountable to meeting
  • Target Populations: The Partnership is committed to supporting ALL community members and eliminating equity gaps for those most impacted by existing systems. They do this by identifying populations to deploy targeted strategies to meet the unique needs of those most in need of support.
  • Regional Impact: How improving baseline data will impact economic and social mobility for community members and the economic vitality of the region.
  • Factors and Root Causes: The Partnership works to identify and understand what community members are experiencing that most impacts critical outcomes so that it can address root causes
  • Collective Work KPIs: Real-time measurements the Partnership utilizes to track their progress towards shared targets


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