Join the Postsecondary Data Partnership to Make the Most of Your Institution’s Data
Join us for a presentation March 29 at 1 pm ET on how your institution’s participation in the Postsecondary Data Partnership (PDP) can help you make transformative data-driven decisions to improve outcomes, increase student success, and close equity gaps.
PDP helps equip higher education professionals with better data and actionable insights that support student success through more informed decision-making.
What Is the Postsecondary Data Partnership?
The PDP is a service that is designed to provide a report on student progress and success for participating institutions. To date, more than 450 institutions are involved. PDP is designed to provide institutions with a comprehensive data set that provides better insight into institutional data and student enrollment data through easier analysis and centralized reporting to help influence student outcomes.
Identify and Address Equity Gaps
PDP transforms the way your institution measures, analyzes, and reports student progress so that every student can thrive.
Grow student success and close equity gaps with the PDP’s early momentum indicators. The dashboard’s filtering tools provide deep insights on disaggregated characteristics to comprehensively assess outcomes by age, race, gender, Pell Grant status, GPA, first-generation-student status, college readiness in math and English, and more.
Foster Adoption of Common National Framework of Metrics
The PDP enables institutions to analyze all student data across participating institutions, which creates a more nuanced perspective into governing frameworks, better actionable insight, and a common framework for metrics.
The benefits of creating a unified framework across multiple data sources is that it provides institutions with more actionable insight into student data and to better monitor and identify students’ risks or individual student completion rates.
This is achieved through:
- Early Momentum Alerts – Based on analysis of enrolment data, credit completion rates, credit accumulation rates.
- Student Outcome Completions – Based on analysis of completion data, retention/ persistence rates, non-cohort, and transfer rates.
Better Data; Better Student Outcomes
Better data helps you and higher education develop actionable insights and make informed decisions to support student success.
Ultimately, the goal of PDP is to ensure that every student has an opportunity and that every student can succeed in their education journey and to provide this through better data with institutions on a national level.
“Better data helps you and higher education develop actionable insights and make informed decisions to support student success.”