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Drive Growth with the Right Data
November 15th 
and November 16th, 12:00-5:00pm ET

Data doesn't have to be a four-letter word. In fact, the correct use of the right data is essential to any admission and enrollment professional's career acumen and institutional success. Does your data effectively inform mission-driven strategies and respond to market demands?

With competition for students at independent schools continuing to increase as demographics change, now is the perfect time to learn how to use internal and external data to stay relevant and meet enrollment targets. Through case studies and lively conversations, learn how to use data to build your recruitment funnel, enhance your application screening processes, and improve retention and re-enrollment.


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Cut Through the Noise

Join a panel discussion with some of the leading data pioneers in independent school education to identify the data your school needs to drive strategy, goal setting, and enrollment management.

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Real World Applications

Learn how to turn numbers into strategy with data-driven decision making by building a structure for communicating to your team and the school administration.

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Pivot Toward Data

Does the term "pivot table" make you break into a cold sweat? Ease your pain with hands-on sessions on spreadsheet essentials. We'll provide practical advice on leveraging Excel data to guide strategy and decision making in the admission office.

Featured Speaker

Mike Barker
Director of Institutional Research
Harvard-Westlake School


The End Depends Upon the Beginning: Data Strategy in Schools Starts in Admissions
The strategic choices the admission office makes with regard to data directly impacts a school’s overall ability to assess and evaluate its programs and services for its students. Mike will take a pragmatic look at what data strategy looks like in the enrollment management field and outline a set of principles that will spark curiosity and contribute to a culture of data-informed inquiry campus wide.

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