VIDEO: Moving the Needle on Predictive Analytics

May 27, 2015

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This video accompanies the newly released paper, “Moving the Needle on Predictive Analytics.”

The paper and video are the newest installments in a series of Quick Hit briefs on current and emerging topics in the realm of higher education attainment and innovation. Future briefs will examine topics such as recognizing online degree programs across state lines and rethinking credentialing.

The Quick Hit series is funded by Lumina Foundation.

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