Today enabling a data-driven approach to improving student & pupil experiences and better utilisation of educational resources is vital.
In recent years leading schools and universities have had to become data-led. Market competition means a far greater focus on rankings for research, student services, employability and the influential National Student Survey. As well as the on-going need to provide relevant curricula that will ensure graduates are correctly skilled to find jobs and enter the work force.
Maintaining consistent academic growth and accurate records aren’t just priorities for modern educators – they’re necessities. More personalised learning plans based on individual data, optimised timetables and resource allocation throughout the student journey are becoming the norm.Read our Higher Education whitepaper: Using Data to Support Strategic Decision Making in Higher Education