Coping with data

6th April 2007 at 01:00
Naace, the information technology in education association, is running a conference on the use of data across education and children's services. It will be held in Windsor, Berkshire, on Thursday, April 26.

The main speaker will be Keith Holder, from the Department for Education and Skills, who will outline the Government's future plans on data use.

There will be workshops, including on Tracking the Child - Centralised Data Services to Support Every Child Matters, Data Transfer Between Institutions and Using Data Intelligence for Measuring School Performance.


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