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Quick Hits: Moving the Needle on Predictive Analytics

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Quick Hits: Moving the Needle on Predictive Analytics

December 30, 1899

​In using data to improve student success, higher education is at a transition point, pivoting from harvesting data to learning how to use it strategically in developing interventions—and getting those findings to faculty and students so they can have an impact.

Read more in this edition of Quick Hits, our series of briefs on current and emerging topics in the realm of education attainment and innovation.

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