A User’s Guide to the 2016 Scorecard (Released March 2017)
What’s the purpose of the Scorecard data and scorecard.commit2dallas.org? What’s in it? What do the numbers mean? How can I use the document and the microsite? Get all of your questions answered in this webinar recording with Senior Analytics Associate, Marie Appel and Director of Analytics, Ashwina Kirpalani.
Watch the Scorecard Webinar below.
The 2016 Scorecard (Released March 2017)
The 2016 Community Achievement Scorecard: A Tool for Change
The Community Achievement Scorecard reflects how well we are collectively supporting the 750,000+ students in Dallas County on their journey from cradle to career. This document and the accompanying resources on this page serve as tools to engage others and to inform action that will drive change for all Dallas County youth.
|View The Scorecard|
Resources to Engage Others
On behalf of the Commit! Partnership, presenting partners and featured speakers, thanks to all who came out to attend the release of Dallas County’s 5th Annual Community Achievement Scorecard on March 2, 2017. Whether you made it out to Dallas City Performance Hall or not, you can relive the event by checking out the event video or by viewing the photo gallery. Along with the Scorecard itself, we invite you to use these resources to engage others.
Commit! To The Effort
As you can see below, individuals across Dallas County are committing to work differently so that we collectively achieve greater results for our kids. Feel free to share our scorecard or post your commitment on social media using #CommitScorecard.
Related Media Coverage
- 3.2.17 – “A Conversation with John King” KERA, Think
- 3.2.17 – “Dallas County’s divided communities still make it hard for all kids to succeed, advocates say” by Eva-Marie Ayala, Dallas Morning News
- 3.3.17 – “To fix schools throughout Dallas County we must first bust the bubbles we all live in” Dallas Morning News Editorial