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Appendix B—References

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Chatis Consulting. Data Management Committee: Critical Data Issues. (Unpublished.)

Data Quality Campaign (DQC 2007). Maximizing the Power of Education Data While Ensuring Compliance with Federal Student Privacy Laws: A Guide for Policymakers. Washington, DC: Data Quality Campaign (DQC).

Data Quality Campaign (DQC 2008). Data Governance: Changing Culture, Breaking Down Silos, and Deciding Who Is in Control. Washington, DC: Data Quality Campaign (DQC).

Data Quality Campaign (DQC 2009). The Next Step: Using Longitudinal Data Systems To Improve Student Success. Washington, DC: Data Quality Campaign (DQC).

Education Counsel (2008). Needed Changes in FERPA Law, Regulations, or Guidance to Harmonize FERPA with the Functions of State Longitudinal Data Systems. (Draft.)

Education Information Management Advisory Consortium (EIMAC 2008). The Need for Data Governance. Retrieved from on September 24, 2008.

ESP Solutions (2008). Confidentiality and Reliability Rules for Reporting Education Data: A Guide for Establishing Decision Rules for Disaggregating and Reporting Assessment Results, and Other Indicators. Austin, Texas: ESP Solutions Group.

Federal Trade Commission. Protecting Personal Information: A Guide for Business. Retrieved on January 11, 2010.

Hill, E. (2008). Redefining Student Data Access Policy. Sacramento, California: Legislative Analyst’s Office.

Houde, D.; Vocca, M.; Williams, D.; and Canada, B. (2007). Security, Data Access. Presentation given at November 2007 IES SLDS Grantee Meeting in Arlington, Virginia.

Houde, D. (2008). Arizona Department of Education Information Security Update. Presented at the annual summer meeting of the National Forum on Education Statistics in Bethesda, Maryland.

Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE 2007). Data Governance: The Kansas Approach. Presentation given at the Education Information Management Advisory Consortium (EIMAC) Spring Meeting in Washington, DC.

Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE 2008). Data Governance Program Version 2.2. (Unpublished.)

National Forum on Education Statistics (2010). Crisis Data Management: A Forum Guide to Collecting and Managing Data About Displaced Students (NFES 2010–804). U.S. Department of Education. Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics.

National Postsecondary Education Cooperative (1998). Unit Record Versus Aggregate Data: Perspectives on Postsecondary Education Data Collection, Retention, and Release (NCES 98–280). U.S. Department of Education. Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics.

NASCIO (2008). Data Governance—Managing Information as an Enterprise Asset: Part I—An Introduction. Lexington, Kentucky: NASCIO.

Nunn, J. and Harper Mainzer, K. (2006). Longitudinal Data Systems: Summary of Current Issues and Potential Uses. Retrieved on December 4, 2008.

Redman, T. (2001). Data Quality: The Field Guide. Boston, Massachusetts: Digital Press.

Rozelle, R. (2006). The Tennessee Statewide Longitudinal education Data System (SLeDS): The Governance Process. Presentation given at the 2006 IES SLDS Grantee Meeting in Washington, DC.

Rozelle, R. (2008). Role Descriptions and Responsibilities in the Realm of Data Governance. Center for Educational Leadership and Technology.

Schutte, S.; Edwards, S.; Fadaoff, S.; Ogle, T.; and Ligon, G. (2009). The Process of Data Quality: State Discussion with Alaska, Wyoming, Missouri, and California. Presentation given at the 22nd Annual MIS Conference in Seattle, Washington. As cited in The Process for Ensuring Data Quality, ESP Solutions (2009).

Tennessee Department of Education (draft 2008). Data Manager Manual, Version 1.0. Retrieved from on December 12, 2008.

U.S. Department of Education (2008). Family Educational Rights and Privacy; Final Rule. Federal Register, 73 (237).

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Zhao, X.; O’Connor, B.; and Barroso, G. (2006). Objective of the Data Security Model. InfoManagement Direct, August 2006.

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