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FAME Webinar: Improving Retention Rates Using Predictive Analytics

June 9, 2015
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shutterstock_204242932Join our webinar to see how FAME’s predictive analytic tools coupled with your student data can provide the information you need to increase student retention and reduce loan defaults. Learn how Predictive Analytics identifies the key factors that affect students’ performance and completion rates. See how using your historical student data, coupled with the science behind the predictive analytics tools developed by Voyant Analytics and integrated with FAME’s SIS products, can accurately predict 9 out of 10 potential dropouts, saving you hundreds of thousands in lost tuition.

Learn about a dynamic program that provides early assessment tools to identify learning characteristics that will assist in ensuring your students meet their academic goals and have a successful outcome, increasing your students’ academic achievements, completion rates and placement rates.  Join us to learn about these exciting and important new features and discuss how these dynamic tools can be utilized by your faculty and administrators on a daily basis.

When is this Webinar?

Should you have any questions prior to the webinar please send an email to jbrown@fameinc.com. Don’t miss this informative and exciting event!

How to register:
1. Click to Register:
Wednesday June.17th at 11:00 A.M, EST                                            Friday, June.19th at 4:00 P.M, EST
2. Enter your name, email address, job title and company.
3. No session password is required
4. Click ” Join Now”
5. Follow instructions that appear on your screen.

(Please note you may have to download JAVA for access to the webex session, therefore you should log in at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the session).

Tim GoldenHosted by:
Tim Golden
Voyant Analytics/MI3
Managing Partner

Tim Golden, M.Ed., is an award-winning educator and curriculum and human resources development expert who has consulted national and internationally with educational agencies, state departments of education, human resource agencies, businesses and manufacturers for the past 38 years.

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