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Is Data Analytics helping increase the impact of K12 Education?

Is Data Analytics helping increase the impact of K12 Education?

What if K12 Education could provide a customized learning experience based on each student’s skills, abilities, and preferences to maximize student outcomes supported by optimal funding to ensure reliable and lean operations? How are the K12 schools leveraging data analytics to that end?

Contributors

    • Dr. Joe Philips, Chief Information Officer, Broward County Public Schools
    • Robert Dickson, Chief Information Officer, Wichita Public Schools – USD259

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Dr. Joe Philips

Dr. Joe Philips, Chief Information Officer, Broward County Public Schools

Prior to entering K-12 education, Dr. Phillips was Army Officer where he served as a Chief of Human Resources, Chief of Information Technology, and Chief of Staff for various Army Commands. He retired from the Army in 2015, after being inju... More   View all posts
Robert Dickson

Robert Dickson, Chief Information Officer, Wichita Public Schools - USD259

Robert Dickson is the Chief Information Officer for Wichita Public Schools, the largest school district in Kansas. Our District serves 50,000 students with 94 schools and programs and employs nearly 10,000 professionals. Having been hired i... More   View all posts

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