Monthly Archives: July 2016

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Tulsa Public Schools: Preparing Kids for the Third Grade Turning Point

2018-05-12T14:07:05-05:00

Third grade is a turning point in learning, where students transition from learning to read to reading to learn. Thus, many education systems now focus on early literacy. There’s a lot of work to do: the National Center of Education Statistics measured in 2015 that only 36% of 4th graders nationwide were proficient in reading. [...]

Tulsa Public Schools: Preparing Kids for the Third Grade Turning Point2018-05-12T14:07:05-05:00

2016 Police Projects: Back to the Whiteboards

2018-05-12T14:07:06-05:00

A crucial but often overlooked consideration when working with data is: what is the best way to organise it? The way we organise our data can change not only how we interact with it, but also our mental model of that data. A well-designed database should efficiently organise both the data that we have now, [...]

2016 Police Projects: Back to the Whiteboards2018-05-12T14:07:06-05:00