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5 Steps to Becoming a Data-Driven School

The data generated by, and associated with, students and educators is a valuable, yet largely untapped resource. From assessing student progress to determining the effectiveness of a new curriculum or teaching method, data can (and should) be used to guide…

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Takeaways from the Higher Education Data Warehousing Conference

This past month I was fortunate enough to attend the Higher Education Data Warehousing Conference (HEDW) at the University of Arizona. In addition to gaining a new appreciation for one of our country’s many beautiful campuses, I was able to…

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How Francis Tuttle Technology Center Proved Dashboards are a Must in Public Education

  Gayle Maxwell has been with Francis Tuttle Technology for 15 years and has worked in several positions before joining the IT Department in 2006.  She is in charge of submission of all the Career Students data to the state…

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First Impressions with Moore Norman Technology Center

Joy Bendrick has been serving the Moore Norman Technology Center as Data Management Coordinator since 2009. Her historical knowledge of MNTC and its strategic planning and accreditation processes have equipped her to maintain records from both the district and product…

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#iDashboards16 – Customer Panel: Innovation

Our Customer Panel Session is one of the most popular sessions at #iDasboards16! This live blog will detail the tips and tricks that our customers have implemented on their own dashboards. Today’s panelists include: Matt Nawrocki: St. Joseph Mercy Oakland…

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Education Data Sets: What we’ve Learned from Data.gov

According to Lauren Kent, “As of 2013, America’s high school dropout rate had reached a record low: Just 7% of 18- to 24-year-olds that year had dropped out of high school, down from 12% in 2000.” Education is something everyone…

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Strategic Dashboards and Incentive-Based Budgeting

By Ryan Jockers Those who have been involved with higher education at some point in their lives know the buzz words, they know what kind of data leadership is asking for, quoting, and releasing to the media. Credit hours, retention,…

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iDashboards Adds New Layer of Accountability for Alexandria City Public Schools

November 23, 2015 – Alexandria, Va. – Alexandria City Public Schools has launched iDashboards, which will add an extra layer of accountability and transparency to its presentation of numbers. iDashboards provides a way for the public to look at division-wide…

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iDashboards Users Conference 2015: With Bill Rancic!

iDashboards 2015 Users Conference to Take Place in Miami with Keynote Bill Rancic The iDashboards team is hosting the 2015 Users Conference from October 26-29 in Miami. We’re inviting iDashboards users from all around the world to come together and…

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Educational Institutions and Data Visualization

Leading and growing any organization, especially an educational institution, requires more than just big data alone. If you cannot effectively understand the implications of multiple data sets, you may be missing opportunities to improve outcomes. And when it comes to…

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