Anyone who works in education understands that student achievement is not a linear process. Many factors come into play from strong study habits and effective teaching to a supportive home environment. Efficient and consistent efforts lead to good grades.
In a similar sense, data quality follows the same rules. This stems from one of the oldest principles in computer technology, GIGO – garbage in, garbage out. While this principle holds steady in the world of data quality, fortunately, there are ways to repair or make sense of this data. Download this whitepaper to learn more about data quality tools and their application in the education industry.