Kentucky and Washington Build a P20 Data Warehouse

For the past ten years, many have tried to link data across the P-20W spectrum. Unfortunately, the process has been controlled by one agency and slowed down by political backlash. Recently, some states have had success by cooperating across the sector to create an independent agency for managing their data in a centralized P20W warehouse.

For the past ten years, many have tried to link data across the P-20W spectrum. Unfortunately, the process has been controlled by one agency and slowed down by political backlash. Recently, some states have had success by cooperating across the sector to create an independent agency for managing their data in a centralized P20W warehouse.

 

Agencies in Kentucky and Washington stepped outside the box and started to organize and transform the data management process. Oversight and best practices were agreed upon and quickly implemented to ensure accuracy of the data. In a paper released in 2013, the NCES (National Center for Education Statistics) discussed valuable insights into these groundbreaking efforts.

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As the process continues to succeed, other agencies at all levels of government will be able to look to this process as a best practice. With more data being properly managed by P-20W processes, education will be able to adapt our systems and use the data to deliver better educated and productive Americans.

 

Data Ladder and their intuitive and acclaimed software will be able to partner with P-20W clients to help maximize their results across all platforms and sectors. Speed, accuracy and affordability of data matching and deduplication software make Data Ladder  THE choice solution for agencies. Download a free trial today.

 

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