The failure of polls on the presidential election in the US shows that in order to get the right information, data must be collected and analyzed with scientific rigor, free from any bias caused by the personal interest of pollsters and analysts.
Only 1 out of the 20 main pollsters, newspapers and television stations in the United States who possessed all the tools needed to properly manage the demographic data and surveys, was right in indicating who the next president would be.
The use of mass information on students´learning patterns can help schools to personalize education in increasingly sophisticated ways.
The collection, analysis and intelligent use of educational data can drive the profound changes that are needed for the education systems to generate skillful and talented people to create the innovations that will support economic growth in the long term.
Modern executives make business decisions based primarily on quantitative methods, with less emphasis on other factors, however, the situation in the world economy can teach us that the numbers are not everything.
Since the 1950’s, the use of quantitative methods has been widespread in business schools, becoming absolute in business practice, Guillermo Edelberg writes in an opinion piece in ElFinanciero.cr.com.
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