Not everyone should see all data from all sources at all times
Most legacy databases don’t support current access requirements
Data needs to be real-time to be useful
The larger or more decentralised a region is, the more heterogenous, and older, its systems. And the harder it is to ensure interoperability and establish an overall education data governance framework. Fragmented systems probably cost a region in more ways than it knows.
Bespoke software solutions intended to converge a region’s data for analysis come at high cost. Nor do they solve the problem of edtech software interoperability.
Accessing and using approved state, provincial or national digital content.
IEP and other special needs info that can follow students through their journeys.
How the Unison education data switch and managed service addresses the complexity of education data for regions.