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2019 Grant Application

New Hampshire Department of Education SLDS Grant

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

Project Director: Nathan Valance

Amount Awarded: $3,249,980

Project Abstract 97 KB

Major Outcomes:

  • Infrastructure Priority
    • The NHDOE seeks SLDS grant funding through the infrastructure priority to support these projects/improvements:
      • Purchase and deploy a Statewide Student Information System (SSIS).
      • Adopt the Common Education Data Standards (CEDS) model and deploy the Generate tool.
      • Expand iPlatform functionality, a Tableau-based, self-service analytics portal.

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2012 Grant Application

Using SLDS Data to Transform Education and Student Outcomes

Start Date: 7/1/2012
End Date: 6/30/2017

Project Director: Scott Mantie

Amount Awarded: $4,989,391

Project Application 16.1 MB

Project Abstract 137 KB

Major Outcomes: TBA

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2007 Grant Application

New Hampshire Statewide Longitudinal Data System

Start Date: 8/1/2007
End Date: 12/31/2011

Project Director: Judith Fillion

Amount Awarded: $3,176,272

Project Application 5.5 MB

Project Abstract 34 KB

Major Outcomes:

  • Creation of a comprehensive longitudinal data warehouse with decision support software. This system will support policy, management, and funding decisions at the state and local levels.
  • Enhancements to a longitudinal data system specifically designed for teachers. This spring, when New Hampshire launches the Follow The Child Assistance Center, all teachers in the state will be able to analyze results of state assessments, as well as locally selected assessments. This grant will expand the system to allow teachers to create their own assessments, set benchmarks, and follow the growth of individual students, and to access a shared library of curriculum and lesson plan resources with built-in links to the State's grade level expectations. With its specific focus on each child, the Follow The Child Assistance Center will be the teachers' longitudinal data warehouse. Districts will be able to manage secure access for their staff and the parents of their students. Teacher training will be partially subsidized by the grant.
  • P-16 Collaboration on a Data Model. This grant will assist the NH Department of Education, the University System of New Hampshire and the New Hampshire Community Technical College System to develop plans to connect P-12 data and higher education data about students and educators. This will lay the foundation for a P-16 longitudinal data system.

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