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Data is powerful and can increase productivity by 5-6 percent if used appropriately and fortunately there is an unprecedented amount of data available to schools now. However, many of the school districts we work with tell us they are data rich but information poor.
Thanks to innovations in technology there is an unprecedented amount of data available to schools. However, just because school districts have data, it doesn't mean they are actually using it to their advantage. In fact, many of the school districts we work with tell us they are data rich but "information poor."