Grant Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to Support a Demonstration Project
DXtera today announced that it received a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to fund its Degree Progress Accuracy and Tracking Demonstration Project.
This project will enable DXtera and its project partners Bay Path University and the University of Arizona to explore and test replicable integration solutions to the degree data challenge. The team also includes collaborating with Damour Systems and to test the viability of these solutions with their Curricular Analytics product to address the goals of the project.
“The goal of the Gates Foundation Postsecondary Success strategy is to improve student outcomes and ensure that race, ethnicity, and income are not predictors of postsecondary success. We think that our work in this project, in concert with Bay Path University and the University of Arizona will enable us to deploy more open technology solutions to support equitable education delivery” says Dale Allen, PhD., co-founder and president of DXtera.
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