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Color Key to Topics CCD Data Collection Data Linking Beyond K–12 Data Management Data Privacy Data Quality Data Standards Data Use (Analytical) Data Use (Instructional) Fiscal Data Other
Room Name Thurgood Marshall Ballroom (East) Thurgood Marshall Ballroom (North) Thurgood Marshall Ballroom (West) Thurgood Marshall Ballroom (South) Wilson A
Session A B C D E
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Common Core of Data (CCD) Fiscal Coordinators’ Training, 8:30–12:00, Lincoln 5 (Exhibition Level)
Opening Plenary Session, 1:15–2:15, Thurgood Marshall Ballroom
Session I
State Fiscal Coordinators Roundtable (Parts 1 and 2)
Cornman, Rader, Barkley
Teacher and Administrator Turnover Research: A Collaboration Between the State Agency and Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Appalachia
Howe, J. Johnson, Adachi
Session II
EDFacts and Common Core of Data (CCD) Nonfiscal Coordinators’ Training Closing the Data Circle: A Multistate Effort to Create Core Competencies for Educator Data Use (Parts 1 and 2)
Katahira, Tydeman, Bevier, Chatis
Mississippi Statewide Teacher Appraisal Rubric (MSTAR)
Bridges-Jordan, R. Smith, Disterheft
Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of an Early Warning System
Session III
Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF) 3.0: Simple, Secure, Standard
Fruth, Canada, Tamayo, Jennifer Schmidt
Improving Instruction by Putting Data to Work: Using Metadata to Address Student Needs
McManus, Kinaci, Gladney, Jay
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Session IV
EDFacts and Common Core of Data (CCD) Nonfiscal Coordinators’ Working Sessions Reporting Financial Data for Public Access
Rader, Barkley
Whose Data Is It Anyway? Determining the Authoritative Source Between General and Special Education Data
Heitman, Petro, Rhodes Maginnis, Baca
Virginia’s Data Needs Assessment Project
Canada, Bell
Session V
10:15 –11:15
Answering the Relevant Questions
Ballard, Mitch Johnson, Jackl
Title I Allocations
Sonnenberg, Cornman, Dalzell
An Early Warning System for You: Wisconsin’s Open Source Predictive Analytic Approach
Safeguarding Student Privacy: Key Legislative, Technical, and Communication Strategies for States
Domagala, Gibson, Anderson
Session VI
Civil Rights Data Collection: Changes for 2013–14 and How to Prepare
Potts, Fitch, Lemke
School-Level Finance Data—Massachusetts and Rhode Island and How They Came to Collect It
Sullivan, Brown
Using Data to Inform Instruction: How New Hampshire Is Building District, School, and Grade-Level Data Teams in Its Schools
Koffink, Beauregard
Data Standards for Competency-Based Education
Goodell, Glowa, Worthen
Lunch (on Your Own)
Session VII
When in Doubt, Don’t Give It Out: Processes and Tools for Authorizing Access to Data
Higaki, Larson
Overcoming the Barriers to Effective Data Use
Bush, Dabney
A Comparison of State Funding Formulas in West Virginia and Kentucky
Barkley, Willard
End-to-End Demonstration of the Texas Student Data System
Gaston, Gentzel
ED Data Inventory: What Is It, How Can You Use It, and What’s Next?
Seastrom, Kubzdela, McFadden, Low, Barret
Session VIII
3:00 –4:00
A Collaboration of Two States: The Georgia Tunnel and the Rhode Island Instructional Support System
Rabbitt, Swiggum
Review of a Cross-District Research Alliance Developed to Facilitate District Data Use
Weinberger, Keaveny, Phillips
Monitoring Actual Wyoming School- and District-Level Resource Allocations Compared to Funding- Model-Generated Resources
Cicarelli, Seder
College Access and Readiness Outcomes of the University of California’s Transcript Evaluation Service
Hillmon, Studley, Levesque
So You Want a 21st Century Website: North Carolina’s Move to Data Visualization Software for the School Report Cards
Dulaney, Baranello
Session IX
A Panel With Pennsylvania and Texas: Lessons Learned on Deploying Statewide Dashboards to Support Student Success
Gaston, Ream, Bay
Making Sense of Graduation and Dropout Rates
The Collaborative Development of a Statewide Data Quality Network
Berger, Scott, Rodrigues
Friday, August 1, 2014
Session X
9:00 –10:00
Creating Rich School District Datasets Through Updated Surveying Methods
Stratos, Kowalski
DC’s At-Risk Funding and Implications for Early Warning Systems
Using Data to Identify Indicators of College Readiness
Effective Strategies for Granting Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) Access to Outside Researchers
Teacher and Leader Evaluation Management System
Koffink, Clifford, Hupp
Session XI
10:15 –11:15
Lessons Learned From One of the Largest PK–12 Unique Identifier System Implementations
Gaston, Gentzel, Guerrero
The Uses of School Health Data in DC
My School Data—Making a Difference Through Data in Washington Schools
Retzer, Mock
Research Engine—Florida’s External Research Request Application
A. Smith
Who Moved My EDEN Queries: How to Make the Change From Manual Processes
Cowan, Pagnotta
Session XII
Using Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) Data to Demonstrate the Impact of Effective Teachers in Tennessee
Schwartz, Silver, Levesque
Postsecondary Success: Technical Considerations for Linking National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) Data to District Data
Tith, Dudek, Bakshi, Davis, Martinez
Arizona Ready-for-Rigor Data Dashboard: Ongoing Use in a PK–12 Educational Environment
Nielsen, Wasson, Morris, Malone, Morse, Linder
Color Key to Topics CCD Data Collection Data Linking Beyond K–12 Data Management Data Privacy Data Quality Data Standards Data Use (Analytical) Data Use (Instructional) Fiscal Data Other