Institutions in the Academic Performance Solutions Collaborative are integrating data into decision making to improve resource allocation and, ultimately, student outcomes. Members have been able to promote data-informed cultures, resulting in effectively prioritizing how resources are used, such as targeting interventions in courses with low completion rates and adjusting policies to minimize unintentionally small classes.
Each institution crafts their own approach to achieving results based on unique challenges and opportunities. The case studies below showcase a few examples of the specific actions institutions have taken to drive results, in combination with insights from APS and best practice research.
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Boost Course Completion in Gateway Courses | University of Northern Colorado
Derive Early Value Through APS Implementation | Salisbury University
Achieve Outsized Results with New Class Size Policy | Lipscomb University
Embed Data in Review Process to Improve Resource Allocation | St. Ambrose University
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