Tags data analytics

Georgia Tech turns to data for institutional success

by EdScoop Staff

On the Cutting EDge podcast, Georgia Institute of Technology CIO Daren Hubbard explains how a focus on data will help the university grow.

New Carnegie Mellon cert readies students for data analytics in government

by Emily Bamforth

Carnegie Mellon University developed a new data analytics certification program designed for those working in all levels of government.

U. Central Florida hires student success VP to boost analytics efforts

by Emily Bamforth

The University of Central Florida's new VP for student success is tasked with using data analytics to improve retention and graduation rates.

Educational equity dashboard in the works at Dept. of Education

by Emily Bamforth

The department released plans to create a dashboard showing measures of educational equity, including academic supports and early childhood education.

Data & Analytics — A StateScoop & EdScoop Special Report

by EdScoop Staff

Data and analytics are growing in influence in the public sector as more organizations seek concrete answers to their most difficult policy questions.

After two years of COVID-19, data guides university mental-health support

by Emily Bamforth

Data is playing a key role in how colleges and universities understand the challenges their students are facing — and how institutions can help.

Tutoring scheduler Penji releases analytics features for higher ed administrators

by Emily Bamforth

Tutoring scheduler Penji released new data analytics features targeting decision-makers seeking information on student support services.

Deloitte boosts higher ed data business with Entigence acquisition

by Emily Bamforth

Deloitte executives said Entigence's technology can help universities improve their use of data analytics, enabling quicker, more-informed decisions.

Predictive analytics are only as useful as the university culture around them

by Ryan Johnston

Data analytics are a key tool for higher education institutions seeking to bolster student success, but don't expect a silver bullet, experts said.