Book: Creating Data Faculty Can Use

September 20, 2017

As reported by Inside Higher Ed, many colleges don't lack for data on student performance. Administrators and faculty often find there is a measurement for nearly everything they and their students do as they strive to increase completion rates. Despite this wealth of information, colleges still struggle to use data in the best way possible so they can help students succeed.

A new book from Brad C. Phillips and Jordan E. Horowitz, Creating a Data-Informed Culture in Community Colleges: A New Model for Educators (Harvard Education Press), seeks to find the best way educators can use data. The two recently responded together to questions about their book from Inside Higher Ed by email. For their answers, click here.


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