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23rd Annual MIS Conference 2010


Agenda at a Glance—Page 1


Session A B C D E
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Opening Session—8:30 - 10:00
Concurrent
Session I
10:15 - 11:15
EDFacts Productivity Discussion
Santy
Arizona Education Data Warehouse—Overview, Technology, and Architecture
Licht, Vipparthy
The Forum Guide to Section 508 Accessibility
Rabbitt, Bairu, Szuba
Data 4 Student Success—Turning Data Into Information
Martin
We’ve Linked Our Teacher and Student Data—Now What?
M. Garrison, Kowalski
Concurrent
Session II
11:30 - 12:30
It’s a Juggling Act: EDFacts Project Management in SEAs
Newby, Breithaupt, Williams
Arizona Education Data Warehouse—Content Development Methodology
Gebremedhin, Mowzoon, M. Smith
Integrating Logic Models and Longitudinal Data Sets of Agency Performance
Zwillinger
Hearing From Districts—How State Data Systems Can Support Local Data Use
E. Laird, Kitchens, Gorman
New Hampshire Department of Education—Leading the Way for a Public Domain Education Data Warehouse
Koffink, Schwartz, Goodell
Concurrent
Session III
1:45 - 2:45
Using State Elementary and Secondary Education Data for Leadership, Accountability/Monitoring, Program Analysis, Reporting and Evaluation
Thompson-Hoffman, Stevenson, Jr., Clark
Arizona Education Data Warehouse—A Live Demonstration of the Data Warehouse
Quinn
How to Use the National Education Data Model Version 2.0
Walkup, Jackl, Young
Student Identification—Solidifying the Critical Link
Gosa, Beecham, Piro
A FERPA Compliant Dual Database Architecture for Interagency Data Sharing
Gibson, Holland
Concurrent
Session IV
3:00 - 4:00
What’s Next for the State Education Data Center’s Link With EDFacts
Santy, Jackl
Arizona Education Data Warehouse—Governance, Internal and External User Management, Evolution Control
Rachkofski, Cruz, Eickman
User Documentation 101: Demystifying Data Systems for the Not-So-Tech-Savvy
Edwards
Better Data Faster: Annually Accrediting Oklahoma Schools
High, Hupp
Visualizing Student Performance
Domagala
Concurrent
Session V
4:15 - 5:15
Using EMAPS for Discretionary Grant Reporting
Sauls, Carson
Developing a Standard Data Collection Framework
Lindain, Martherus
System for Education Enterprise in Kansas (SEEK): Delivering Enterprise Data From the Warehouse to Kansas Districts and Schools
Gosa, Wilson
Web-Based Educator Credentialing System
High, J. Smith, Hupp
A Single Unique Pool Strategy for P-20 Student and Staff Identifiers
J. Johnson, Butter, Pathak
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Concurrent
Session VI
10:00 - 11:00
Improving U.S. Department of Education Program Monitoring Process
Santy, Kelleher
Adjusting the SDLC Methodologies During the Project—Highly Qualified Teachers Project
Kurkowski, Whelan
Workshop: Data Use—Helping LEAs and SEAs Understand Their Data Needs
Mandinach, Helms, van der Ploeg, Jackson, Gummer
The Next Generation State System: Enabling Powerful Data Use at Scale
Knaggs, Rawson, Fey
The Maine SLDS Data Quality Training and Certification System
Chuhta, Hurwitch
Concurrent
Session VII
11:15 - 12:15 
Improving the EDFacts Data Quality Process
Timm
Az SAFE—Arizona Safety Accountability for Education
Ajamie
Reality Check: How Data Standards Save Time and Money
D. Johnson, Byrne
Replicating Data Quality: A Look at the Individualization and Cooperation of State Data Quality Initiatives
McCrary, Gosa, Grillot, M. Garrison, Campbell
Concurrent
Session VIII
1:30 - 2:30
Why "Timely" Data Matters
Stettner-Eaton, Worthington, Miceli, Clark
School Attendance Data: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
Heikkila
State Postsecondary Data Systems: Characteristics and Ability to Link to K-12, Labor, and Other Sectors
T. Garcia, L'Orange
Mobility and Identification—Solving the Interstate Problem
Addy, Gosa, Ogle, Beecham, Bay
District’s Approach to a Teacher Value-Added, Cohort-Based Longitudinal Data System: Multiple Criteria Model
Kitchens, Mwavita
Concurrent
Session IX
2:45 - 3:45
U.S. Department of Education’s ED Data Express Website—"EDFacts Inside"
Santy, Clark
AZ Certification—Partnership Between the Client and IT
Amator, Kurkowski
Cambridge YARDs (Youth And Resource Development System)—Socializing a Longitudinal Data System
S. Smith, Egan, Velozo
Calculating Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for Transparency and Auditability
Cleary, Scollard
Massachusetts Student Teacher Connection and More!
Bettencourt
Concurrent
Session X
4:00 - 5:00
Statistical Approaches to EDFacts Data
Kehr, Mulvenon
EduAccess—Complete Identity Management for Education
Holden
Creating and Operationalizing an "Early Warning" System in the Milwaukee Public Schools
Carl, Carr, Restle
Data Speak: Documenting the Academic Achievement of the Navajo Nation
White
Longitudinal Data Systems Focus Groups
Friday,March 5, 2010
Concurrent
Session XI
8:30 - 9:30
Implementing Education Information Systems
Sherrill
EduAccess—The Technologies Behind EduAccess
Holden, Martherus
The Use of Statewide Data Systems to Evaluate School-Based Programs
Waxman, Stillisano, Lee
Using MD IDEA Scorecard to Monitor Progress and Make Data-Driven Decisions for Students With Disabilities
Heath, Tracey, Nunn, Stein
Availability and Use of Education Data: A Researcher Perspective
Hoffman, Yesilyurt, Blankenship
Concurrent
Session XII
9:45 - 10:45
States Successfully Met the SY 2008-09 CSPR Challenge
Stettner-Eaton, Clark
Information Security Management
Holden
Improving School Operations Through Integrated Data Systems
Fritsche, Viramontes
   
Color Key to Topical Tracks  EdFacts Arizona State Data Use/
Data Standards
Data Quality Longitudinal Data Systems (LDS) Other

Statewide Data Systems (SDS)


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