Planning for this fall is still uncertain as the coronavirus
continues to impact the entire United States and the world. It is imperative during
such times for institutional and state leaders to utilize student information
for both short- and long-term data-informed decision-making.
To promote the Postsecondary Data
Partnership (PDP)—a nationwide effort to help colleges and universities
gain a fuller picture of student progress and outcomes, meet various reporting
requirements, and identify where to focus their resources—Bao Le, AASCU’s
director of data analytics & impact, will present at the virtual conference
the Postsecondary Data Partnership (PDP) for Institutional & System Change
in Times of Uncertainty.” The webinar takes place on Tuesday, September
1, from 1–4 p.m. ET.
The event is organized by the State Higher Education
Executive Officers Association (SHEEO) and sponsored by the National Student
Clearinghouse, with the assistance of other national higher education
associations supporting the PDP. The event includes:
free and allows participants to select their concurrent session attendance.