Using Analytics for Student Success and Sustainability

Acts as a primer on how to further infuse data-informed decision making into the college presidency and other senior leadership positions. It begins with a review of the need for data-informed leadership in higher education. Opportunities and challenges related to data analytics are then explored in four key areas: student outcomes, equity and inclusion, resource strategies, and infrastructure. The remainder of the brief maps key recommendations for savvier data use among senior leaders in higher education. 

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