Indiana Network of Knowledge
The Indiana Network of Knowledge harnesses the power of data to improve education and livelihood for Hoosiers. INK is governed by a six-member committee and an executive director that oversee policies, data security and operations. INK is a collaboration among the Governor’s Office, Indiana Department of Education, Commission for Higher Education, Department of Workforce Development and Family & Social Services Administration.
The Indiana Network of Knowledge, or INK, was established in 2014 by the Indiana General Assembly with bipartisan support. INK does not replace agency data collection and administration responsibilities; rather, it serves as a clearinghouse where specific data elements are linked across the four agencies. This allows research and analysis of data over a period of time that would otherwise be impossible to achieve.
To learn more, visit http://www.in.gov/ink/.