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Know Your Data: Business & Information Technology Education

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Business and Information Technology educators are frequently well versed in data-driven educational decisions as we model educational lessons with students regarding how analytics are associated with numerous career pathways that are a focal point of our instruction.  As we start the 2018-19 school year, local career education program data continues to be a point of significance as referenced online at DPI Career Education Help website .  There are many new components regarding how your program area data may contribute to career readiness in your school community.  The following links may support your awareness and build additional understanding about how the work you do makes a difference.

Inquiries may be directed to contacts referenced in the above links; however, career and technical education (CTE) staff may also connect with Mai Choua Thao, CTE Data Consultant, in follow up to the letter that was sent to all Career & Technical Education Coordinators on August 23, 2018. 

Interested in learning more about Wisconsin's Business & Information Technology Education programs? Visit to connect with Educational Business & Information Technology Stories, Standards, Resources, Professional Learning and more.