Analytics and the Future of Student Support

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Your initial thread has to be at least 300 words. You must then post 2 replies of at least 150 words. For each thread, you must support your assertions with at least 2 scholarly citations in current APA format.


Topic: Analytics and the Future of Student Support

With the growing aggregation of student data, predictive analytics and “at-risk” analysis are slowly beginning to supplant more traditional identification methods as the primary focus of institutions aiming to prevent student attrition. Despite the advantages offered through advanced data analysis, the profession has been hesitant to fully adopt the practice in crafting strategy and allocating resources. Using the text and at least one peer-reviewed article, post an original thread in support of, or in opposition to, the use of predictive analytics and at-risk scoring as a primary consideration in crafting a student support strategy. Please begin the subject of your post with either SUPPORT or OPPOSITION.

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mwalimumusah
School: Cornell University

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Discussion Board: Analytics and The Future of Student Support
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Discussion Board: Analytics and The Future of Student Support
Support for the Use of Predictive Data Analytics
If there is one thing that will shape the future of the world, it is data analytics. Predictive
data analytics for student retention and risk scoring offer a better insight into the issue of student
attrition. It achieves this through the development of data on students with a high risk of
dropping out of school and the leading factors for attrition for better retention efforts. Predictive
data analytics collect data on students with the aim of tailoring responses to those who need it
most (Yukselturk, 2014). Student data is primarily used by institution administration, parents and
financing institutions tackling the problem of increased student attrition, and I believe that such
an approach would be pivotal for the reduction of dropout rates, and this will, in turn, be integral
in the dev...

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