Global Big Data Analytics in Education Market to 2027 – Enhanced Learning Proced… – Press Release

Dublin, March 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Big Data Analytics in Education Market By Sector, By Application, By Component, By Deployment Mode, By Regional Outlook, Industry Analysis Report and Forecast, 2021 – 2027” report has been added to’s offering.

The global big data analytics in education market size is expected to reach $47.82 billion by 2027, rising at a market growth of 20.79% CAGR during the forecast period.

Big data analytics has made it possible to achieve academic goals as well as improve the learning skills of the students. The performance of students should not be limited only to conventional exams and tests. With the help of big data analytics, the data of every student can be easily tracked and analyzed to know about their weaknesses, strengths, and answer times for different subjects, and questions they are unable to answer. Mentors and teachers can create an environment that enables the students to improve their skills by getting the information and giving feedback, instruction, and extra support to those students who need it.

In the education sector, online courses, learning and teaching activities produce a large amount of data. By having appropriate data, teachers can know about the academic performance of students and provide instant feedback and draw out learning patterns.

COVID-19 Impact Analysis

This pandemic has affected almost all industries, but big data analytics is expected to have a positive impact because of the adoption of digital mode and increased investment in big data analytics by the education sector. This is because of the various restrictions imposed by the governments across various nations, such as lockdown, social distancing norms, closure of all educational institutions, which resulted in the adoption of an online mode of teaching by various educational bodies and learners.

Through the adoption of advanced technologies in education, both educators and students get connected with each…