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IR teams are focused on gathering and analyzing data to help their institutions track and understand the student experience. But how can teams use this data to create a meaningful student experience for all students?
Hear from the CIO at the University of Manitoba about what he learned about risk, failure, and data’s role in organizational transformation.
The impact Hurricane Katrina affected students years beyond the immediate aftermath. While there are clear differences between the Katrina disaster and today’s pandemic, K-12 and higher ed leaders can learn actionable lessons from the impact of the hurricane in order to support the students of today and tomorrow.
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Higher Education is reeling from the financial and business model shocks that have been delivered by the coronavirus pandemic. As institutional leaders grapple with addressing the short-term operating issues necessary to keep running, longer-term questions of strategy and viability are taking on increasing urgency.