C2C links statewide data from sources that have been historically separated and disconnected. This linking allows the public, lawmakers, State agencies, and researchers to answer complex questions, such as:
- Where do young people in my county go after high school?
- Are they getting the preparation they need to land and keep jobs with living wages?
- What do those trajectories look like when the data is broken down by race, gender, or geography?
Who submits data to C2C?
C2C receives data from validated government & educational sources, covering outcomes from early education, K-12, postsecondary education, and beyond. Please refer to the data elements by provider resource for more information.
How does C2C receive data?
C2C receives data through encrypted channels after it has been collected and validated from its data partners.
How does C2C store data?
Data maintained by C2C is stored on a secure cloud-based system and encrypted while in transit, at rest, and in use. C2C policy ensures careful and frequent reviews of internal IT system controls.Opens in new window