Student-level data is more important than ever before when it comes to developing and implementing strategies that improve students' learning and increase degree completion.
That's why IHEP partnered with the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) to organize and spotlight a series of case studies from 14 leading public higher education institutions that detail how each turned student data into actionable information that improved student decisions and outcomes.
"Campus leaders across the country use data every day to directly improve student outcomes," said IHEP President Michelle Asha Cooper. "These 14 case studies provide compelling evidence that institutions can serve their students well when they have the necessary data to drive change."
The case studies reveal how data from the National Student Clearinghouse, the Student Achievement Measure (SAM), or state longitudinal data systems can have a direct impact on student success, and how much more would be possible with more complete national data.
Read the case studies here and join the conversation on social media at #Data4Students.