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2010 SLDS P-20 Best Practices Conference

Summary:

The Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems Grant Program (SLDS) hosted the 2010 SLDS P-20 Best Practices Conference on November 16–17, 2010, in Washington, DC. The meeting served as a forum for dialogue, collaboration, and the sharing of best practices, providing the opportunity for more than 150 representatives from forty-nine states and the District of Columbia. FY 2006, FY 2007, FY 2009, and FY 2009 ARRA grantee states shared solutions and ideas with one another and took home information on topics identified as critical to their projects in the upcoming year.

Presentations


Concurrent Sessions (Group I)


Session I Data Use: Early Indicator and Early Warning Systems
  Panelists: Justin Katahira (HI), Vladimir Hyppolite (MA), Bill Hurwitch (ME)
Facilitator: Robin Taylor (State Support Team – SST)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentations:

Early Indicators and Early Warning Systems in Massachusetts MS PowerPoint (256 KB)
Maine At-Risk Data Model MS PowerPoint (614 KB)

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Session II Governance: Leading Your LDS through Political Transitions
  Panelists: Don Houde (AZ), Kimberly Clement (IN), Lisa Howard (TN), Meredith Bickell (WY)
Facilitator: Jim Campbell (SST)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentations:

Leading Your LDS Through Political Transitions – Indiana MS PowerPoint (64 KB)
Wyoming Integrated Statewide Education (WISE) Data System MS PowerPoint (94 KB)

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Session III Post-Secondary: Building a Vision for a P-20 System
  Panelists: Keith Glenn (CO), Tom Howell (MI), Joe DeCastra (MS)
Facilitator: Keith Brown (SST)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentations:

Building a Vision for a P20 System in Colorado MS PowerPoint (339 KB)
Mississippi Longitudinal Data System MS PowerPoint (116 KB)
Postsecondary Engagement in Michigan MS PowerPoint (59 KB)

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Session IV Early Childhood: Federal Developments in Early Childhood Governance 
  Panelists: Jeffrey Capizzano (HHS), Susan Jekielek (HHS), Amy Madigan (HHS)
Facilitator: Jennifer Tschantz (USED - Early Learning Initiative)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentation:

Federal Developments in Early Childhood Data MS PowerPoint (1.3 MB)

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Concurrent Sessions (Group II)


Session I Governance: What Role Should SEAs Have in Learning Management Systems?
  Panelists: Bruce Dacey (DE), Troy Wheeler (ID), Marilyn Peterson (NE)
Facilitator: Rick Rozzelle (SST)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentations:
What Role Should States Play Regarding Learning Management Systems? MS Powerpoint (223 KB)
Learning Management Systems – Delaware MS PowerPoint (669 KB)
Idaho's IMS: Aligning Data Tools to User Needs MS PowerPoint (1.84 MB)
Learning Management Systems – Nebraska MS PowerPoint (715 KB)

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Session II Data Use: Lessons from the Oregon DATA Project
  Panelists: Mickey Garrison/Josh Klein (OR)
Facilitator: Jeff Sellers (SST)

 

Download PowerPoint Presentation:
Lessons Learned from the Oregon DATA Project MS PowerPoint (641 KB)

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Session III Early Childhood: Defining the "P" in P-20: Which Populations, Which Programs, What Purpose?
  Panelists: Jaci Holmes (ME), Tom Olson (SC), Jill Haglund (WI)
Facilitator: Susan Illgen (OK)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentations:
Defining the "P" in P-20 – Wisconsin MS PowerPoint (79.3 KB)
Defining the "P" in P-20 – South Carolina MS PowerPoint (164 KB)
Defining the "P" in P-20 – Maine MS PowerPoint (95.5 KB)

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Session IV Post-Secondary: High School & Community College Feedback Reports
  Panelists: Charles McGrew (KY), Domenico Parisi (MS), Darrell Glenn (OH)
Facilitator: Jan Kiehne (CT)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentations:
High School and Community College Feedback Reports Overview MS PowerPoint (556 KB)
Kentucky's Feedback Reports MS PowerPoint (350 KB)
Mississippi Longitudinal Data System Feedback Report MS PowerPoint (2.28 MB)
Ohio's HS to College Transition Reports MS PowerPoint (61 KB)

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Concurrent Sessions (Group III)


Session I Data Use: Integrating Local & State Formative Assessment Data into SLDSs
  Panelists: Neal Gibson (AR), Dan Domagala (CO), Mike Schwartz (NH)
Facilitator: Robin Taylor (SST)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentations:
Integrating Local & State Assessments - AR MS PowerPoint (374 KB)
Integrating Local & State Assessments - CO MS PowerPoint (1.26 MB)
Integrating Local & State Assessments - NH MS PowerPoint (1.2 MB)

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Session II Governance: Project Management Tips
  Panelists: Deb Holdren (GA), Cathy Rinehart (KS), Jim McMahon (LA)
Facilitator: Rick Rozzelle (SST)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentation:
Project Management Tips MS PowerPoint (1.12 MB)

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Session III Post-Secondary: What Can SLDSs Tell Us about Teacher Prep Programs? 
  Panelists: Nancy Copa (FL), Ken Wagner (NY)
Facilitator: Rod Packard (WI)
 

Download PDF & PowerPoint Presentations:
New York's Teacher Preparation Programs MS PowerPoint (38 KB)
Florida's Teacher Prep Data MS PowerPoint (68.4 KB)

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Session IV Early Childhood: Early Childhood Outcomes: Kindergarten Readiness & Success  
  Panelists: Cathy Grace (MS), Kara Williams (OR), Shara Bunis (PA)
Facilitator: Susan Illgen (OK)
 

Download PDF Presentations:
Policy Memo Early Development Instrument MS PowerPoint (287 KB)
A Review of School Readiness Practices in the States: Early Learning Guidelines and Assessments MS PowerPoint (743 KB)
School Readiness & School Success - From Research to Policy and Practice MS PowerPoint (166 KB)

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Concurrent Sessions (Group IV)


Session I Governance: Building Sustainable SLDSs
  Panelists: David Stokes (FL), Beth Juillerat (OH), John Brandt (UT)
Facilitator: Robin Taylor (SST)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentations:
Building a Sustainable SLDS – Florida MS PowerPoint (77 KB)
Key elements of Sustainability: Ohio’s Statewide Longitudinal Data System MS PowerPoint (355 KB)
Building a Sustainable SLDS – Utah MS PowerPoint (506 KB)

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Session II Data Use: Report Portals for Administrators & Teachers  
  Panelists: Don Houde (AZ), Bob Swiggum (GA), John Baranski (KS)
Facilitator: Jim Campbell (SST)
 

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Session III Post-Secondary: Engaging Research Partners: Different States' Models  
  Panelists: Susan Brown (TX), Melissa Beard (WA)
Facilitator: Jeff Sellers (SST)
 

Download PDF Presentation:

Washington's Education Data Sharing Matrix MS PowerPoint (85 KB)

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Session IV Early Childhood: Early Challenges with Early Childhood Data 
  Panelists: Deborah Scheiter (IL), Robert London (MD), Eileen Nelson (MN)
Facilitator: Susan Illgen (OK)
 

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Meeting State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) Indicators

  Panelists: Lisa Bradley (CO), Troy Wheeler (ID), Rodney Packard (WI)
Facilitator: Kathy Gosa (KS)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentation:

Meeting the SFSF Postsecondary ARRA Requirements MS PowerPoint (405 KB)

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Concurrent Sessions (Group V)


Session I Data Use: Making Decisions with Data: Translating Findings into Policies 
  Panelists: Nancy Copa (FL), Sue Mohr (MT), Carol Jenner (WA)
Facilitator: Jim Campbell (SST)
 

Download PDF & PowerPoint Presentations:
Making Decisions with Data: Montana MS PowerPoint (916 KB)
Making Decisions with Data: Florida MS PowerPoint (57 KB)
Translating Findings into Policies: Florida MS PowerPoint (153 KB)

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Session II Governance: Changing Cultures from Annual Reports to Real-Time Tools  
  Panelists: Kimberly Clement (IN), Barbara Roewe (OK), Marshall Patton (WV)
Facilitator: Peter Coleman (VA)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentation:
Changing Cultures from Annual Reports to Real-Time Tools – Indiana MS PowerPoint (64 KB)

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Session III Early Childhood: Adding Pre-K Data in SLDSs 
  Panelists: Neal Gibson (AR), Tonya Russell (AR), Jim Addy (IA), John Gasko (TX)
Facilitator: Marsha Ward (OH)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentation:
Adding Pre-K Data To Iowa's SLDS MS PowerPoint (64 KB)

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Session IV
Post-Secondary: Engaging Higher Education Institutions  
  Panelists: Malia Sieve (CT), Joel Nudi (NM), Bethann Canada (VA)
Facilitator: Keith Brown (SST)
 

Download PowerPoint Presentation:
New Mexico P-20 Data Warehouse Initiative MS PowerPoint (433 KB)

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