Our Collective Impact At-A-Glance

Originally the DC Collaborative Members Mapping project, the Collective Impact Data Visualization project’s goal is to illustrate the current landscape or arts/ humanities programming occurring with students in the DC public education system (traditional and public charter). Eventually this visualizations will provide the DC community with an interactive arts education data hub to inform Collective Impact strategic planning and provide a resource for DC’s arts and humanities education stakeholders. Through this centralized portal, DC’s arts education data collection and visualization can better frame the collective impact of our work and provide important programmatic data, including identifying barriers to equitable arts education program delivery, in service to DC students and educators.

Data Visualization Project Timeline

  • Data Collection Opens: June 17, 2020 | Take the Survey

  • Survey Completion Deadline: December 1, 2020

  • Focus Groups: Winter 2021- Garner Community Feedback from 17-18 data to inform 19-20 visualizations and future data collected and collection tools/ strategies

  • Launch Data Visualizations: May 15, 2021

Who Submits Program Data

Any organization or practitioner/ teaching artist who offered programming to students in the DC public education system during the 2019-2020 school year. 

What We Collect

Why We Need to Collect Data

To ensure students in the DC public education system have equitable access to arts and humanities education programming

  • Inform AGC DC Collective Impact Strategic Planning to identify who we are serving and how to deliver these programs more equitably.
  • Serve different audiences within our broader education community working to achieve this mission.

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Mailing Address: 975 F Street, NW
Office Location: 923 F Street, NW, #303
Washington, DC 20004
P: 202.470.6467

The DC Collaborative is a FY19 Service Organization grant recipient of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.

The DC Collaborative is proud to receive a grant for its Collective Impact work supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.