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Session A B C D E
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Opening Session—8:30 - 10:00
Concurrent
Session I
10:15 - 11:15
Privacy Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) and Family Policy Compliance Office (FPCO): Moving Forward Under the New FERPA Regulations
Hawes, Camara, Rodriguez
Improve Your Data Quality With Real Time Data Collection and Validation
Torres, Elia
Policy and Design Challenges in Building the Virginia SLDS Multi-Agency Research Portal
Bryant, Jonas, Canada, Mandinach, Sellers
Sisyphus or State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF): How California Succeeded in Publicly Reporting SFSF Postsecondary Indicators c11 and c12
Edwards, Scheff
Using SLDS Data to Build a Teacher Performance System
Hurwitch, Stefanakos
Concurrent
Session II
11:30 - 12:30
Integrating Early Childhood Into SLDS: Planning and Project Management
Cochenour
Postsecondary Electronic Standards Council’s (PESC) EDadmitme Project on Single Sign-On
Sessa, Leonhardt, Miles
Data Quality Innovation Through Knowledge Management in the Teacher Incentive Fund Program
Kraemer, Spry, Scott
Data-Driven Decisionmaking in the Classroom, From Concept to Reality
Rawson
Mapping to the Common Education Data Standards (CEDS)
Gosa, Pennington, Brady
Concurrent
Session III
1:45 - 2:45
Public Domain Clearinghouse
Sellers
Re-Engaging the Disengaged Student: Effective Use in the Affective Domain
Larson
Connecting Teachers to Students
Popp, S. King, Ligon
Nevada's System of Accountability and Information in Nevada: Collecting and Reporting, Successes and Challenges for its State LDS
Parr, Meyer, Montoya, Nelmes, Walters
OnTrackCA—An Early Warning System
Lindner, Brawn, Gross
Concurrent
Session IV
3:00 - 4:00
Beyond Collaboration—Implementing SharePoint 2010 as a Platform for Data Use
Fong, Scull
Performance Based Data Management Initiative (PBDMI) to EDFacts—Crossroads and Milestones
Santy, Timm
Data Quality...What's That and Who Does It?
Stettner-Eaton, Hinman, Marburger
It's More Than "Just Use It": State and Local Data Teams
Coulter, Luster
Free Help: State Support Team Technical Assistance Services
Chatis, Pennington, Petro
Concurrent
Session V
4:15 - 5:15
It's a Journey, Not a Destination: The Development of Virginia's Postsecondary Education Reports
Carter, Jonas
The Navajo Nation Adequate Yearly Progress Formula Development
White
College Enrollment and Degree Completion: Challenges and Further Conversations
Krieger, Connolly
Innovative Relevant Longitudinal Data Warehousing/Reporting
Moore, McKinney, Swarm
Common Education Data Standards (CEDS) Version 2.0—Translating Data Standard Policy Into Practice
Santy, Redd, Fey, West
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Concurrent
Session VI
10:00 - 11:00
Data Governance: More Than a Manual, More Than a Monthly Meeting
Gosa, Parrish, Klein
Spanning the Spectrum: Utilizing SLDS Data at the Early Childhood, K-12, and Postsecondary Levels
Bunis
Implementing an Enterprise Architecture and Meta Data Tool in Washington State
Huennekens, Clinton
Meeting Mandates: Cooperation, Communication, Coercion
Weinberger, M. King, Atwood, Metcalfe, Howell, Martin, Edwards, Krsek
Protection of Personally Identifiable Information Through Disclosure Avoidance Techniques
Hawes, Rodriguez, Szuba
Concurrent
Session VII
11:15 - 12:15 
The Butterfly Effect and the Iowa Transcript Center
Schimelfenig, Pennington
One Year in the Life of a Data Steward
Schmidt, Ekleberry
Creating a Shared Data System at the Local Level to Enhance Teaching and Learning
Miller
Aggregate Reporting and Cell Suppression
Taylor, Peoples, Mohr
Common Education Data Standards (CEDS) and EDFacts…What’s Next
Buckley, Santy
Concurrent
Session VIII
1:30 - 2:30
Ad Hoc Reports on the Fly... Dare to Dream It!
S. Williams, Walden
Making a Difference: How California Educators Are Using a Voluntary State Longitudinal Cal-PASS Data System
Phillips, Watson
P–20 SLDS—How to Get Started
Sellers, Jenner, McGrew
District of Columbia Office of the State Superintendent of Education’s Unique Student ID Project Enables Integration of Multiple Data Sources
Fontenot, Brownlee
Don’t Waste My Time: Here’s Why Our Data Look Bad and What We Really Need to Improve the Quality of the Data
Worthington, Miceli, Stettner-Eaton
Concurrent
Session IX
2:45 - 3:45
Moving Beyond Compliance: Four Ways States Can Support Districts and Local Data Use
Shah, Klein, Domagala
Montana Educator Licensure Automation
English, Keller, Hupp
The Return on Investment From Implementing Common Data Standards
Miller, Gosa, Bay
Building a Policy-Based Decision Support System
Haislet, London
The Collection and Reporting of the General Education Provisions Act and Federal Sub-Award Reporting System Fiscal Data
Lee
Concurrent
Session X
4:00 - 5:00
Swimming in Data? It’s More Like “Drowning in Data!”
O'Dell, Barfield, Archibique, Clements
Online Resources That Increase Student Achievement Based in a Fully SIF Environment
Araya, Martinez, Adams, Furr
REALWORLD Kansas Revisited: Where Postsecondary Faculty Use State-Level Applications to Foster Data Use Skill Development
Grillot
Maturity Check—Getting Understanding and Direction for Data Quality
Hinman, Rabenstine, Marburger
Nebraska's Approach to Matching Third-Party Student Data
Cassel, Shepherd, Hastings
Friday, February 17, 2012
Concurrent
Session XI
8:30 - 9:30
Surfing the Data Standards: Colorado's Path
Domagala, Butter, Z. Young
The Technology Maturity Model: Building Innovation in Education
Masterson
Utah's Electronic Transcript and Student Record Exchange
Thomsen, Brandt
Alabama Department of Education Tracking the Cohort
Eiland, C. Sullivan
Evaluation of High School Outcome Data Reported by the States
Stillwell
Concurrent
Session XII
9:45 - 10:45
The Feasibility of Consolidating the NPEFS With the Survey of Local Government Finances: School Systems (F-33)
Cornman, Kennerly, McCurdy, Evans
Initial Research Findings From Arkansas’s SLDS: Using Standards-Based Research to Solve Real Education Problems
Walker, Nadeau
Leading Without Reinventing the Wheel
Jaffe
Data at Every Level: One SEA’s Story of Integrating Data and the Unanticipated Results
Rang
The Data Culture: The Impact of Data Use on Instruction by School District Stakeholders
Mwavita, Kitchens, Race
Color Key to Topics Data Quality Data Standards Data Systems Data Use Other

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