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Agenda at a Glance—Page 2


Session F G H I
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Opening Session—8:30 - 10:00
Concurrent
Session I
10:15 - 11:15 
When an LDS Meets the Data Quality Certification: The Use of Kansas’s LDS in Data Quality Professional Development
Grillot
Techniques and Resources for Linking and Analyzing Student-Level Data
Cratty
Technology Just Raised Our Test Scores?
Underwood, Rodosky
California K–12 High Speed Network and Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC): Access for Achievement
Sanders, Reese
Concurrent
Session II
11:30 - 12:30
Beyond a Needle in a Haystack
Keaveny, Laird
Policy Relevant Visualization and Analysis of LDS Data With Open Source Tools
Knowles
GIS in Education Policy: How GIS and Mapping Support Data-Driven Decisionmaking in the Oakland Unified School District
Radke, Spiker
Teacher and Administrator Use of Student-Level Data
Koffink, Clifford, Sharma
Concurrent
Session III
1:45 - 2:45
Connecting Financial Data to EDFacts
Case, Santy
Cumberland County Schools Leverage District Data Warehouse for Personalized Education Planning
Reyes
Using Data to Measure the Impact of Chronic Absence in Pre–K and Kindergarten
Connolly, Stevens
Making Education Data Available to Educators and the Public
Scheff, N. Sullivan
Concurrent
Session IV
3:00 - 4:00
The Navajo Nation Education Information System: Moving With Technology to Improve Navajo Education
Nelson, Greyeyes
U.S. Census Bureau Inputs to the Title I Allocation Program
Basel, Toukabri
Santa Ana Unified School District: Data Dashboards—Supporting Student Success Through the Use of Early Warning Indicators
Ito, Enz, Mohammad, Kratz
Common Education Data Standards (CEDS) Tools to Facilitate Alignment and Utilization
B. Young, Campbell, Tello
Concurrent
Session V
4:15 - 5:15
Illinois Interactive Report Card (IIRC) and Bloomington District 87: Vision of Real Time Data Collection and Validation
Peterson, Radford, B. Williams, Elia
Building and Managing an Effective K–12 Data Analytics Team
Warner, Reddehase
Putting Postsecondary Data in Action at High Schools and Districts
Simon, Hall, Zavadsky, Urrabazo
Kansas’s Efforts in Developing High School Feedback Reports—Delivering College and Career Readiness Metrics for Kansas LEAs
Fey, Domagala, J. Wilson
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Concurrent
Session VI
10:00 - 11:00
Collaborating With and Investing In Our Divisions in Virginia
Canada, McGowan
Open Source Tools and Applications in Education Research
Pushkarev, Jeffery
A Data Governance Balancing Act: Supporting an Education Research Agenda in an Environment of Responsible Data-sharing Policies
Boughton, Danzuso
Establishing a Teacher Student Data Link Decker, Sonn, Soule, Wilson, Woolard
Concurrent
Session VII
11:15 - 12:15
Fair and Useful Accountability Data at the High School Level
Hocevar, Tate, Goldschmidt
Rolling Out Success: Educators’ Use Is Informing the Texas Student Data System
O'Toole, Parrish, Warner, Z. Young
P–20 in Action—Michigan's Focus on Career and College Ready Students
Howell, Keesler
Data Use in New York City Schools: A Study of the Achievement, Reporting, and Innovation System (ARIS)
Gold, Nathanson, Saegert-Winkel
Concurrent
Session VIII
1:30 - 2:30
Examples and Opportunities for Using SLDS in Research
Santy, Gummer, Mandinach
How California Educators Connect and Collaborate—Brokers of Expertise
Ortega, Knolle
Assessment Resource Tool (ART)—Impacting Wyoming Education
Lallak, Coe, Jackl, Stefanakos
Virginia—Developing a Data Governance Program in a Multi-Agency, Multi-Stakeholder Environment
Jonas, McGowan
Concurrent
Session IX
2:45 - 3:45
Incorporating New U.S. Department of Education Programs and Policies Into EDFacts
Santy
Engaging Stakeholders in the P–20W LDS
Taylor, Pennington, Cochenour
District and Statewide Assessment Systems: A Single Source Model to Improve Efficiency and Sustainability
Mulvenon, Khojasteh, Pilgrim, Anand
A Comparison of Value-Added, Ordinary Least Squares Regression, and the California STAR Accountability Programs
Hocevar, Black
Concurrent
Session X
4:00 - 5:00
A History of and a Path Forward for the K–12 Standards Movement in a P–20 World SIF and the Common Education Data Standards (CEDS) Movement
Fruth, Abbott, Jackl
CCD and EDFacts, Moving Forward
Stetser, Sutcliffe, Little
Data at My Fingertips, Now What Do I Do?
Santy, Smith, Collins
Dimensional Modeling for a Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS)
Danzuso, Reineke, Reeves
Friday, February 17, 2012
Concurrent
Session XI
8:30 - 9:30
A Longitudinal Database for Education Programs in North Carolina
Reilley, Lakomiak
Reconciling Reporting and Data Use
Woodard
California’s Chief Technology Officer Mentor Program
Bennett
 Enabling Public Use of Education Data With EdExplore
Klein, Luelling
Concurrent
Session XII
9:45 - 10:45
Alaska’s Course Cross-Walk Project
McCormick, S. King, Clements
Using SIF in a District: How You Can Get a Student Signed Up and Ready in All Your Systems Within Seconds
Paredes, Yap
DataFirst: A Tool on How to Use Data for Local Decisionmaking
Hull
Dismantling the Discipline Data Tower of Babel
Edwards, Lane
Color Key to Topics Data Quality Data Standards Data Systems Data Use Other


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