The first-ever invitational Summit on Educational Data Visualization is bringing together national education scholars, business leaders and technology experts for a discussion on the essential role big data plays in solving some of education’s biggest challenges.
The College of Education's Institute for Public School Initiatives (IPSI) and the Austin-based Institute for Productivity in Education (IPE) will host the forum "Improving Productivity in Public Education" on Jan. 16. The forum, now in its third year, provides an opportunity for national education leaders to convene and share the latest efficiency-in-education data, research and ideas.
Event: The second annual Improving Productivity in Public Education forum will focus on how schools can achieve better results with fewer resources. The forum is sponsored by The University of Texas at Austin’s Institute for Public School Initiatives (IPSI) and the Institute for Productivity in Education (IPE). Panelists include: Marguerite Roza, senior scholar, University of… » Continue Reading
Former U.S. Secretaries of Education Rod Paige and Margaret Spellings are among the top national, state and local education leaders participating in an Austin forum next week to discuss improved fiscal transparency and cost effectiveness in education.
Texas high school students most in need of help planning for and enrolling in college soon will be getting assistance, thanks to funds from a public-private partnership between Bank of America, TG, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, the College for All Texans Foundation, National College Advising Corps (NCAC) and The University of Texas at… » Continue Reading
The Institute for Public School Initiatives (IPSI), an innovative University of Texas System center aimed at improving academic outcomes for Texas pre-K through high school students, is getting a new home at The University of Texas at Austin's College of Education. The Institute has been operating under the UT System administration since its inception in… » Continue Reading