MOVING THE NEEDLE FOR STUDENT SUCCESS
Each year, St. Petersburg College hosts the Moving the Needle Conference, which brings together hundreds of educators from across the country to share best practices and learn new ways to improve the use of "real time" data for the purpose of increasing student success. Attendees from 40 institutions gather for keynote sessions, panel discussions, workshops and collaborative labs to discuss ways to improve data culture to help "move the needle" on student success initiatives.
2017 Moving the Needle Conference
SPC will host the fourth annual Moving the Needle Conference Nov. 8-9, 2017. Registration ends June 30.
What others are saying
"What I really like about this conference is it’s focused on actionable data – how to get the right information to the right folks at the right time."Polk State College
Moving the Needle Conference News
This week, SPC hosted its third annual Moving the Needle Conference. The conference brings together educators from across the country to share best practices and learn new ways to improve the use of “real time” data for the purpose of increasing student success. The conference ran Nov. 8-10. This year, more than 275 people from […]
On Wednesday, Oct. 28, St. Petersburg College kicked off the second annual Moving the Needle conference. This year, more than 250 educators from more than 40 colleges and universities across the country met to share best practices and learn new ways to improve the use of data leading to student success. “If we want to […]
St. Petersburg College, nationally recognized for using data-driven strategies to increase student achievement, will host its second annual Moving the Needle Conference, Oct. 28-30 at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront, 333 First St. S, St Petersburg. The event begins with registration at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28, followed by a Welcome and Introduction at 2 […]
On Wednesday, Nov. 5, St. Petersburg College kicked off the inaugural Moving the Needle conference. The event is designed for college and university leaders across the country to engage in collaborative discussions about methods through which to improve the use of data leading to student success. SPC, the oldest state college in Florida, is trying […]