Giving everybody in the world a chance to finish school and obtain a degree is on the agenda of many governments all over the world. In some countries, this process is slightly easier than others, although there is one critical flaw that remains the same regardless of location: Students in a low-income family situation are more likely to drop out of school before they graduate. Using student analytics to tailor outreach could be a powerful way to help those in need even when they aren’t keen on asking for it.
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