While data analytics have been around for quite some time, what’s new is the increasing capacity for enterprises and governments to analyze and use this information— from a
variety of voluminous sources of structured and unstructured data, real-time and static — to innovate and improve the outcomes of everyday life.
A range of previously unimaginable applications of DDI are already being produced—or will be in the near future. These innovations are making people’s lives better and safer and more
prosperous, while also improving energy efficiency and saving money.
SIIA created this white paper to explain the nature of DDI, how it empowers enterprises and governments to benefit individuals, and show how it is already enabling economic
growth. The paper details how changes in information technology (IT) products and services and the increasing use of data are combining to foster transformative innovation
that will greatly benefit how we learn, do business and live our lives, while greatly stimulating economic growth.
Both Houston ISD and South Carolina's Richland 1 School District raised their students' writing scores by training teachers in professional development for the instruction of writing.
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Through a highly collaborative process of goal-setting, standards alignment, curriculum and assessment development, professional development and coaching, Evans Newton empowered Clifton teachers and school leaders to transform their schools and get results.
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See what the best schools in America are doing to create more effective teachers.
A special white paper based upon the Speak Up 2011 National Findings
Managing downstream unfunded benefits; mitigating revenue and service impacts
Challenges organizations face in effectively handling workforce management processes