What is the Hawai‘i DXP?

Supporting Data-Driven Decision Making Across the Education to Workforce Pipeline

The Hawai‘i Data eXchange Partnership (DXP) is a partnership of five state agencies committed to cross-agency data sharing in order to improve education and workforce outcomes in the state. DXP is managed by the Hawaii P-20 Partnerships for Education.

Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS)

The DXP contributes to, and collectively governs, Hawai‘i’s Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) which links cross-agency information on residents of the state from infancy, early learning, K-12, postsecondary education, and the workforce, commonly referred to as the education-to-workforce pipeline.

What We Do

Manage the SLDS

Hawaii's Statewide Longitudinal Data System

Shared data governance

Guiding how data is handled and used

Analysis & reports

Questions generated by partners and stakeholders

Data products

Dashboards, data stories and publications

Data requests

Data provided to individuals and groups

Data Summit

Yearly convening of DXP stakeholders

Our Strategic Priorities

As outlined in our Strategic Plan 2021-2025, we have three major goals, 1) create a culture of data use, 2) strengthen the data sharing partnership, and 3) continue protecting individual privacy.

Our Mission

Improve education and workforce outcomes in Hawai‘i by maintaining and enhancing a statewide longitudinal data system, producing actionable reports and analysis, providing access to data, and building capacity throughout the state for cross-agency data use.

Our Vision

Cross-agency, longitudinal data informs policy, fosters effective educational practice, and promotes equity for the people of Hawai‘i.