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2019 Grant Application

Indiana's Next Level SLDS

Start Date: 3/1/2020
End Date: 2/29/2024

Project Director: John Keller

Amount Awarded: $3,498,576

Project Abstract 153 KB

Major Outcomes:

  • Infrastructure Priority
    • Project Goals:
      • Improve the quantity, quality, and currency of the data linked in Indiana’s SLDS.
      • Expand access and use of Indiana’s SLDS.
    • Major Activities:
      • Identify and secure additional data sets from existing partner agencies for inclusion in the SLDS.
      • Expand the use of IDOE’s ED-ID to other state agencies.
      • Identify new partner agencies to contribute data for the expansion of the SLDS system.
      • Conduct focus groups with constituent groups representing various stakeholders to better understand their expectations for the proposed dashboards.
      • Design dashboards with aggregate data in response to focus group feedback.
      • Design new data analytics and visualization for public and secure dashboards.
    • Expected Outcomes of the Project:
      • Outcome 1: Enhanced Education and Workforce Data Set
      • Outcome 2: Next Level P-20 Data Dashboard (Public)
      • Outcome 3: School & Classroom Dashboard (Secure)

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2012 Grant Application

Indiana Education and Workforce Data System

Start Date: 7/1/2012
End Date: 6/30/2018

Project Director: John Keller

Amount Awarded: $3,965,160

Project Application 7.99 MB

Project Abstract 111 KB

Major Outcomes: TBA

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2007 Grant Application

P-20 Comprehensive Data System

Start Date: 9/29/2007
End Date: 9/27/2011

Project Director: Molly Chamberlin

Amount Awarded: $5,188,260

Project Application 2.8 MB

Project Abstract 33 KB

Major Outcomes:

  • Add unique ID's for educators and staff members, allowing linkages between educator level data and student achievement data.
  • Continue to collect the data necessary to formally link our information strategy with the Indiana Office of Technology on statewide architecture standards.
  • Continue to move toward a comprehensive identity management solution.
  • Enact a data management model that comprehends the full lifecycle of data creation and use.
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