Leading with Data: How to Use Postsecondary Data to Promote Student Success
Posted by Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP) on May 2, 2016
New Report Considers Intersection of Campus Leadership and Using Data
A recent report from the Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP) considers a growing trend among colleges and universities. “Leading with Data: How Senior Institution and System Leaders Use Postsecondary Data to Promote Student Success” relies on senior leadership from a number of campuses to “learn more about what these institutional champions are doing and to identify and share broadly key lessons about how data can be used on campus and how policy should promote better data use.” Through interviews with presidents, provosts, and chancellors who sit on a recently developed Senior Institutional Leadership Council, the report makes recommendations for better using data on-campus.
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