Education Fundraising Analysis

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Alumni donations are the financial backbone for many institutions. Giving is becoming increasingly important as state subsidies and tuition-based income dwindle each year. With Tableau you can find trends and patterns in alumni giving behavior and target the highest-opportunity regions or groups. Tableau enables education institutions to:

Find trends in alumni giving behavior and target the highest-opportunity regions or groups

Analyze student data: enrollment statistics, achievement, and demographics

Provide teachers with immediate, data-driven feedback on student performance

Create and share sophisticated district, school and teacher evaluations

Put interactive reports online for parents and the public

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