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22nd Annual MIS Conference 2009


Agenda at a Glance—Page 1


Session A B C D E
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Opening Session—8:30 - 10:00
Concurrent
Session I
10:15 - 11:15
EDEN and SIRS: A Flexible Marriage of Many
Danforth, Kumiega, Garrison
Taking SIF Certification to the Next Level
Coleman, Sherman, Collins
Using Census Data Within the School District
Struense, Harder
Every School Day Counts
B. Smith, Alston
PK-12 Data Model, Handbooks Online, and SIFA: What They Are and How They All Fit Together
Walkup, Bairu, Fruth, Young
Concurrent
Session II
11:30 - 12:30
Using Data to Raise Standards and Classroom Academic Performance
Archbald
UTREx—Data Exchange Using SIF Interoperability
Howard, Collins
The NCES Teacher Compensation Survey in 18 States
Cornman, Holland
Using Geographic Information Systems in Educational Analysis—NCES School District Demographic System
Phan, Woods, Collins
Progress and Challenge—An Update on EDFacts Submissions Across the Country
Santy, Keller, Rodriguez, Breithaupt
Concurrent
Session III
1:45 - 2:45
Interactive Fiscal Reporting in Washington State
Jensen, Mann
Workshop: Moving Data Between and Across Entities for a Comprehensive PK-20 Student Record
Schutte, Coleman
How the SLDS are Impacting Data Use
Mandinach, LaPointe
The Forum Guide to Metadata
Ogle, Bairu, Szuba
Preparing for an All-EDFacts Consolidated State Performance Report
Stettner-Eaton
Concurrent
Session IV
3:00 - 4:00
Built and Re-built for Success!
Roewe, Campbell, Brown, Elia
Reality Check: How FERPA Guidelines are Handled by All Levels of the Education System
Gosa, Doar, Hoffman, Clements
Eureka! California Finds Gold Using Electronic Transcripts
Friedrich, Johnson
Data Governance—Best Practices
Timm, Bogner
Concurrent
Session V
4:15 - 5:15
Managing Data Systems Security
Schwartz, Taylor
Changing Times, Changing Policies, Changing Funding
Collins, N. Smith
Use of Educational Statistics Within the U.S. Army Recruiting Command
Dorminey
Yellow Brick by Yellow Brick: Using a Professional Development Program to Strengthen Data Quality in Kansas
Gosa, Grillot
Implementing Your Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate by 2010-11
Santy, Farace, Curtin
Thursday, February 19, 2009
General Session: Barriers, Incentives and Lessons in Establishing P–20/Labor Systems—8:30 - 9:45
Concurrent
Session VI
10:00 - 11:00
  SIF Getting the Biggest Bang for Your Buck
Canada, Wrage, Fruth
Great Expectations
Byrd-Poller
  Collecting and Reporting NCLB Assessment Data
Stettner-Eaton, Worthington, Domagala
Concurrent
Session VII
11:15 - 12:15 
Data Use for Program Evaluations and Sub-group Analyses in Louisiana
Asmus, Brezausek
Real Time Data Interoperability to Improve Your Data Quality
Nadeau, Fawcett, Elia
Examples of How OSEP Uses SEA-Level Special Education Data for Program and Policy
Worthington, Miceli
Georgia's P-20 Longitudinal Data Systems: What a Long Strange Trip It's Been
Pevey
Data Quality—Internal Control Assessment
Timm
Concurrent
Session VIII
1:30 - 2:30
From the School House to the State House—Data Solutions for All
Hackworth, Quirk
Wyoming e-Transcript Solution: Wyoming Transcript Center
Schutte, Jackl
The American Community Survey School District Custom Tabulation
Geverdt
School District Title I Estimates: Boundary Updates and Methodology From the U.S. Census Bureau
Basel, Reese, Ream
Using EDFacts as Part of a Data Validation Process
Santy
Concurrent
Session IX
2:45 - 3:45
Using Transcripts to Improve College Readiness: A Secondary/Postsecondary Partnership
Munoz, Levesque
Wyoming Statewide Data System: WISE
Schutte, Jackl
Quantifying Issues That Affect the Health, Safety, and Academic Success of Students
Spradling
Getting Student–Teacher Linkages Right!
Watson, Lindsey
Operationalizing EDFacts Part I
EDFacts Staff and Partner Support Center Team
Concurrent
Session X
4:00 - 5:00
Using Data: Lessons Learned From The Broad Prize for Urban Education
Gulek, Levesque
Issues Relating to High School Dropouts, Completers, and the NCES Common Core of Data: Collecting, Processing, Protecting, and Publishing
Stillwell
Using Data to Improve Student Achievement: Characteristics of Data-Driven Districts and What States Can Do
Laird, Kline
60 Million Ways to Data Quality
Fong, Friedrich
Operationalizing EDFacts Part II
EDFacts Staff and Partner Support Center Team
Friday, February 20, 2009
Concurrent
Session XI
8:30 - 9:30
Beyond Descriptives: Effective Use of Data Systems to Improve Achievement
Mulvenon, Airola
Analysis of Indiana's Statewide e-Transcript System—Past, Present, and Future
Fleck, O'Connell
  Building a Standards-Based Data Warehouse
Nadeau, Fawcett, Elia
The Process for Metadata Collection
Clark
Concurrent
Session XII
9:45 - 10:45
Making Mole Hills Out of Mountains of Data: Professional Development to Survive the DaSta Deluge
Airola, Mulvenon, Garrison
  From Data to Information: Perspectives on Policy and Practice
Lindsey, Watson, Kraemer
Using GIS to Example Spatial and Demographic Trends in High School Dual Enrollment
Tyson, R. Lee, Borman
 
Color Key to Topical Tracks  Statewide
Data
Systems
(SDS)
Schools
Interoperability
Framework
(SIF)
Data Use/
Data Standards
Data Quality EDFacts Federal Other Washington
State


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