In today’s data-driven era, schools and districts must embrace data interoperability. Taking steps to unified K-12 data may seem overwhelming at first, but it’s OK–we’ll guide you through the process in this eSchool News webinar.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:
- Identify and consolidate data sources for unified K-12 data.
- Implement measures to break down data silos and improve accessibility.
- Follow the 10-step program for achieving data readiness.
Watch now to leverage the potential of unified K-12 data and make a positive impact on your school or district’s educational outcomes.
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