In the EU – to which the UK no longer belongs – the sanctity of personal information is fundamental among the rights of human beings and is crystallised as such in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It is the
Overview This paper is intended to consider the purpose and use of data dashboards in the context of (mainly) public sector business insight and intelligence. It will do this by working through the following four sections: Firstly, it will try
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SCROLL – OFF ON A ROLL!
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And Now For Something Completely Different… Scholarly Articles from SDA!
SDA are delighted to announce two new peer-reviewed articles discussing their work to improve access to 1) School Performance data and 2) Free School Meals . Both papers have been spearheaded by Dr Alan Strickley, the former with contributions from SDA
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