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New Foundations in Data Literacy Program with Kaplan Performance Academy

By Carlos Russo • February 15, 2021

Today, we're excited to share something we've been working on in partnership with Kaplan Performance Academy (KPA). Together, we created a dynamic new data literacy program for companies to use as they work toward upskilling their employees in data literacy. With the expanding need for business professionals to effectively use and leverage data in daily decisions, this new data literacy program offers a digital environment that hosts and coordinates custom-tailored learning, coaching, and assessments.

Called Foundations in Data Literacy, it's designed to train both technical and non-technical employees so that everyone gains the ability to read, analyze, work with, and discuss data.

To learn more about this brand new program, read the full press release here.


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