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Wisconsin District Deploys Data Warehouse To Improve Management

Wisconsin's School District of New Berlin will deploy a data warehouse solution for improved data management, analytics, and reports.

The district, with 4,700 students at four elementary schools and two middle/high schools, has partnered with DecisionEd for the implementation. "DecisionEd provides a powerful, easy-to-use, easy-to-understand education intelligence solution with simple customization and FERPA-compliant security" for K-12 schools, according to a news release about the deployment.

"The School District of New Berlin is excited about our partnership with DecisionEd as we explore the data potential of the product and work to meet district goals," said Eileen Depka, director of curriculum, instruction, and assessment, in a prepared statement. "We will be enabled to measure the positive impact of our actions on the success of our students. The tool will be used by administrators and teachers as we analyze data to recognize student needs, determine a course of action to meet those needs, implement strategies, and monitor results."

"Partnering with The School District of New Berlin is the result of extensive validation and evaluation by the district," said DecisionEd President and Chief Architect Mark Mason, in a news release about the move. "Enabling the integration of data from diverse sources and returning dashboard reports and analysis will give the district tools to measure and improve efficiency and evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of their educational process with data-driven decision making."

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