As the national conversation about student success evolves, should students be the only ones to shoulder the burden of readiness? Combining the technologies behind Starfish Retention Solutions and the PAR Framework will allow higher education leaders to give students the best opportunities to achieve their goals.
Dual credit programs – where students receive college credit for high school courses – have been part of the educational landscape in the United States for more than 60 years. However, given the various dimensions of dual credit program operations, they can be complex and, at times, highly emotional to undertake.
Hobsons congratulates the University of Hawaii system (UH), a longtime PAR Framework partner, on the 2016 WCET WOW award for cutting-edge application of data and digital advising tools to improve student retention. The UH system continues to be a trailblazer in using analytics to help students.
Online learning has given millions of students convenient entry points into higher education. PAR research appears in a special Learning Analytics issue of the OLC’s Online Learning peer-reviewed journal titled “Retention, Progression, and the Taking of Online Courses.”
PAR’s own Ellen Wagner will be at HLC, presenting on the General Program Closing Panel: “The Future of Innovation and Student Success in Higher Education.”
This paper reviews the professional research literature describing today’s post-traditional students and examines the value of using data analytics for diagnosing risk and prescribing intervention to maximize student success.
Five years ago this month we took an idea to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to test the assertion that predictive analytics could help educators understand more about student loss and momentum. We are pleased that Hobsons has acquired PAR to help us realize our full potential.
Hobsons is proud to announce that the Predictive Analytics Reporting (PAR) Framework is joining the Hobsons family of products and services.
The University System of Maryland (USM) is adopting the PAR Framework as part of a system-wide effort to optimize investments aimed at improving student success.
The PAR Framework team is pleased to announce the North Dakota University System (NDUS) and 10 of its institutions are joining the University of North Dakota (UND) as members of the PAR Framework. The decision to join PAR as a complete system comes as part of an ambitious 5-year plan that takes advantage of an…