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This case study is intended for community leaders, superintendents, and other stakeholders who are considering or have begun creating a shared measurement system for collective impact.



The United Way of the Quad Cities Area sought to create a shared data system to support an effort to raise the high school graduation rate across eight school districts in two states.



By engaging in a respectful and detail-oriented process with community, school, and academic partners, the United Way laid the foundation to make their implementation of the Community Solutions Data Warehouse a success.

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We started small, and the progress was slow — always too slow. But working steadily, building trust, and truly listening to our partners’ concerns, we soon found that we had created a system with data-analysis capabilities far beyond what we’d originally set out to do.

Scott Crane, President, United Way of the Quad Cities Area