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New Hampshire Department of Education makes plan to better manage data

The New Hampshire Department of Education has selected a team of companies, led by Center for Educational Leadership and Technology, to help them use their data more effectively.One of these companies is ESP Solutions Group, a PK 12 data consulting
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The New Hampshire Department of Education has selected a team of companies, led by Center for Educational Leadership and Technology, to help them use their data more effectively.

One of these companies is ESP Solutions Group, a PK-12 data consulting and technology firm that specializes in education data systems and psychometrics. The other company is Mariner, a business intelligence and performance management solutions provider.

Mariner will develop a comprehensive longitudinal data warehouse and decision support system for the NH DOE to help student achievement. The data warehouse will provide student, school, district, program, assessment, policy and Census data to NH DOE program managers and educational leaders. The solution will help ensure that policy development, management and funding decisions tie into the goal of improving student achievement.

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