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23rd Annual MIS Conference 2010

List of Topical Tracks


Data Use/Data Standards:

I-CThe Forum Guide to Section 508 Accessibility
I-DData 4 Student Success—Turning Data Into Information
I-EWe’ve Linked Our Teacher and Student Data—Now What?
I-H Common Data Standards and P-20 Update
I-IIt's a Hit! A Look at the Results of Real-Time Data Collection
II-C Integrating Logic Models and Longitudinal Data Sets of Agency Performance
II-D Hearing From Districts—How State Data Systems Can Support Local Data Use
II-G Is This Analysis Correct? Understanding the Link Between Data Quality and Analysis
II-I Services: How the SIF Association is Increasing Your Opportunities for Data Interoperability
III-C How to Use the National Education Data Model Version 2.0
III-GData Exposition and Exploration: Lessons Learned From the NAEP Website Redesign
IV-E Visualizing Student Performance
IV-F Effective Data Use and Systems Through Collaboration
IV-I The American Community Survey School District Custom Tabulation
VI-C Workshop: Data Use—Helping LEAs and SEAs Understand Their Data Needs (Part 1)
VI-D The Next Generation State System: Enabling Powerful Data Use at Scale
VI-F Carve Your Path—New Mexico Implementation
VI-I What is the Kansas Statewide Electronic Transcript System Implementation Project?
VII-C Workshop: Data Use—Helping LEAs and SEAs Understand Their Data Needs (Part 2)
VII-D Reality Check: How Data Standards Save Time and Money
VII-H Performance Management: Measuring, Managing, and Monitoring What Matters
VIII-G An Overview of NCES and Rural Education Achievement Program (REAP) Locale Assignments
VIII-I Educational Information Systems: Where to Go and Whom to Ask
IX-D Calculating Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for Transparency and Auditability
IX-G An Overview of the NCES ACS School District Custom Tabulations
X-C Creating and Operationalizing an "Early Warning" System in the Milwaukee Public Schools
X-D Data Speak: Documenting the Academic Achievement of the Navajo Nation
X-F Student Achievement With Data in the Right Hands
X-G School District Title I Estimates: Boundary Updates and Methodology From the U.S. Census Bureau
XI-E Availability and Use of Education Data: A Researcher Perspective
XI-F I'm Using Data, So Why Are My Students Still Not Succeeding?
XI-H Community Data-Driven Decision Making
XII-C Improving School Operations Through Integrated Data Systems

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Data Quality:

II-D Hearing From Districts—How State Data Systems Can Support Local Data Use
II-G Is This Analysis Correct? Understanding the Link Between Data Quality and Analysis
III-I Real-Time Data Management to Improve Your Data Quality
IV-C User Documentation 101: Demystifying Data Systems for the Not-So-Tech-Savvy
IV-H Coming Late to the Game: Strategies for Catching Up With State Data Reporting
VI-E The Maine SLDS Data Quality Training and Certification System
VII-A Improving the EdFacts Data Quality Process
VII-E Replicating Data Quality: A Look at the Individualization and Cooperation of State Data Quality Initiatives
VII-F When Worlds Collide—Data Quality and Program Evaluation PK–20
IX-I A Systems Approach to Qualitative and Quantitative Data Quality
IX-H Regional Information Centers Launch Data Validation Service for LEAs: A Case Study

EDFacts:

I-A Using EdFacts in ESEA Reauthorization Discussions
II-A It’s a Juggling Act: EdFacts Project Management in SEAs
III-A Using State Elementary and Secondary Education Data for Leadership, Accountability/Monitoring, Program Analysis, Reporting and Evaluation
IV-A What’s Next for the State Education Data Center’s Link With EDFacts
V-A Using EMAPS for Discretionary Grant Reporting
VI-A Improving U.S. Department of Education Program Monitoring Process
VII-A Improving the EdFacts Data Quality Process
VIII-A Why "Timely" Data Matters
IX-A U.S. Department of Education's ED Data Express Website—"EdFacts Inside"
X-A Statistical Approaches to EdFacts Data
XI-A Implementing Education Information Systems
XII-A States Successfully Met the SY 2008–09 CSPR Challenge

Longitudinal Data Systems (LDS):

I-E We’ve Linked Our Teacher and Student Data—Now What?
II-E New Hampshire Department of Education—Leading the Way for a Public Domain Education Data Warehouse—Including Student-Teacher Connections That Inform Instructional Change
III-D Student Identification—Solidifying the Critical Link
III-E A FERPA Compliant Dual Database Architecture for Interagency Data Sharing
IV-E Visualizing Student Performance
V-E A Single Unique Pool Strategy for P–20 Student and Staff Identifiers
VI-EThe Maine SLDS Data Quality Training and Certification System
VII-EReplicating Data Quality: A Look at the Individualization and Cooperation of State Data Quality Initiatives
VIII-DMobility and Identification—Solving the Interstate Problem
VIII-EDistrict's Approach to a Teacher Value-Added, Cohort-Based Longitudinal Data System: Multiple Criteria Model
IX-CCambridge YARDs (Youth And Resource Development System)—Socializing a Longitudinal Data System
IX-EMassachusetts Student Teacher Connection and More!
IX-I A Systems Approach to Qualitative and Quantitative Data Quality
X-E Longitudinal Data Systems Focus Groups
X-I Federal Reporting Business Process Automation Through Efficient and Accurate Data Collection
XI-D Using MD IDEA Scorecard to Monitor Progress and Make Data-Driven Decisions for Students With Disabilities

Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF):

I-I It's a Hit! A Look at the Results of Real-Time Data Collection
II-I Services: How the SIF Association is Increasing Your Opportunities for Data Interoperability
III-I Real-Time Data Management to Improve Your Data Quality
IV-I Real-Time Data Collection for LEA to SEA via SIF and Creating a Dynamic LDS
V-I Moving Data Electronically With SIF
VII-IBuilding a Standards-Based Data Warehouse

 

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