Transparency around workplace data leads to equity and organizational success
One example where data is being used to successfully establish equity is in the U.S. education system. Serving over 540 schools, Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS) works with school districts to analyze their data to improve the accessibility of advanced placement (AP) and international baccalaureate courses. Over the last decade, EOS has supported schools to enroll over 43,000 students of color and low income students in these advanced academic pathways—students who are often overlooked and under identified. Currently, 98% of advanced placement or international baccalaureate programs in the United States do not reflect the racial diversity of their schools.