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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 SLDS Other
Room Name Palm Court Ballroom (Lobby Level) State Ballroom (Lobby Level) East Ballroom (Lobby Level) Chinese Ballroom (Lobby Level) Virginia (Second Level)
Session A B C D E
Tuesday, August 1, 2017
CCD Fiscal Coordinators' Training, 9:00–12:00, District Ballroom (Lower Lobby)
Opening Plenary Session, 1:15–2:15, Grand Ballroom (Lobby Level)
CCD Fiscal Coordinators' Training (Continued), 2:30–5:20, District Ballroom (Lower Lobby)
Concurrent
Session I
2:30–3:20
Automated EDFacts Reporting With CIID’s Generate Tool: Founding, Present, and Future
Santy, Hoffman, Huennekens
Learning About, Accessing, and Exploring NCES Data Through Online Training Modules
A. White
Rhode Island’s Comprehensive Longitudinal Data System: Successes and Best Practices
Harrigan
Kindergarten Entry Assessments and SLDSs: Implications for Policy and Practice
Gleason, Scrinzi, Raber, Cox
Concurrent
Session II
3:30—4:20
How the REL Program Partners With Stakeholders to Use Evidence
Sanders, Eisner
Giving a State Perspective on Assistance From the U.S. Department of Education
Ellis, Copa, Huennekens, Sellers
Accessing State-Level Data for National and International Comparisons
Musu-Gillette, McFarland, Snyder
They Said What? PTAC Teacher Focus Groups Training Needs Identified
Gray, Rodriguez
How South Dakota Encourages Data Use Through Engaging and Relevant Reporting
Kock, Carlson
Concurrent
Session III
4:30–5:20
Meet Your REL
Sanders, Eisner
#CEDSCanHelp
Edwards, Folkers, Pond, Campbell
Student Data Privacy Consortium: Operational Resources to Address Privacy Issues
S. Smith, L. Hansen, Carr, M. Williams
Analyzing the Civil Rights Data Collection: Data Quality and Educational Research
McDonald, Miller, Bloom-Weltman, Jetty
The Value of Running on a District Longitudinal Data Structure
Byrd, Nolan-Abrihamian, Gernhardt, Bay
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
EDFacts and CCD Nonfiscal Coordinators' Training, 9:00–12:30, District Ballroom (Lower Lobby)
Concurrent
Session IV
9:00–10:00
Federal K–12 Data at Your Fingertips
R. Hansen, Spiegelman, Nevill
Balancing Privacy and Transparency: Disclosure Avoidance for Public Reporting
Ferraro, Bloom-Weltman
Privacy Mask or Patch?
McMillen, Stacey, Ligon
A Tense Marriage: Governing the Relationships Among Data Interoperability, Security, and Privacy
Fruth, Hartman, L. Hansen, S. Smith, Setzer, Jackl
A 100-Meter Sprint or a Marathon: How Three Different Harvard Data Fellows Run With Data
Byrd, Reinhart, Levinger, Seto
Concurrent
Session V
10:15 –11:15
Google Classroom: How It Works and What Data It Collects
FBrungardt
From the Eyes of a Teacher: Impact of Georgia's SLDS in the Classroom
McMahon Parton, Swiggum
Evaluating the Impact of Advanced Placement and Dual Credit on College Going in Nebraska
Yeo, Dash
Leveraging Partnerships to Support and Sustain the SLDS
Engelman, Pontius, Clausen, Folkers, Gosa
Using National Data to Study Local Education Policies: The Case of Out-of-School Suspension
DiSalvo
Concurrent
Session VI
11:30–12:30
Using Maps for Reporting NAEP Data
Walton, Cramer, Akinbiyi
The Public Website for Financial Transparency: Colorado Department of Education
A. Williams, Okes, Emm, Lucero
Minnesota’s ECLDS and GrEaT: Building Data Use Capacity in Early Childhood
Anita Larson, Whiteman
Ed-Fi, CEDS, IMS, and Diverse Stakeholder Communities Working Together
Meyer, Casey, Jansson, Goodell
Lunch (on Your Own)
CCD Fiscal Coordinators' Roundtable, 1:45–4:00, District Ballroom (Lower Lobby)
Concurrent
Session VII
1:45–2:45
Training for CCD Nonfiscal Coordinators
Glander
Data Privacy in Louisiana
Nesmith, Vance, Addesso
Leveraging SLDSs to Support LEAs With the CRDC
Rhodes-Maginnis, L. Smith, Pond, J. Brown, Tapscott, Gosa
Making Data Work for You: Building Capacity to Use Early Childhood Data
Anita Larson, Whiteman, Grannemann, Coffey
LEA-Level Homeless Education Release
Didlo, Newman
Concurrent
Session VIII
3:00 –4:00
Maximizing Data Quality: An Overview of EDFacts Data Quality Strategies
D. Lee, Fening, Redmon
Want to Save Time and Money? Standardize Data and Processes
Fruth, Townsend, Reynolds, Elia
Automating the CRDC and EDFacts Submission Using Ed-Fi and Generate: Save Districts Time, Money, and Effort
Aurand, Huennekens, Warden
Getting Smart on Social-Emotional Learning Data
Hochleitner, Rice
Concurrent
Session IX
4:15–5:15
Easing the Data Burden: California’s Practical Use of CEDS
Edwards, Copa
Using Data to Feed Children: Improving Accuracy in Identifying Eligible Students for Direct Certification
Lamury, Guerrero
PTAC: Updates on Recent Guidance
Koumare, Ferraro, Lemke
Using Survey Data to Align Policy and Practice: How State Partnerships Can Support This Work
Cohen, Taylor, Emrich
Thursday, August 3, 2017
Concurrent
Session X
9:00 –10:00
Why a Child Is Left Behind? The Effect of Residency-Based Enrollment on Involuntary Transience and Academic Achievements
Eizman
Roster Enabling for Thousands—xPress Roster
Fruth, Fitzgerald, Wrage, Schneiderman
Meeting ESSA Financial Reporting Requirements: Concepts to Practice
Blowman, Folkers, Hagan, Bush
Concurrent
Session XI
10:15 –11:15
The Feasibility of Reporting Finance Data at the School Level
Cornman, C. Brown, K. Crain, Long, May, Morrow, Scioneaux, S. Wheeler, D'Antonio, Ampadu, Zhou
NAEP Results API
Walton, Finnegan, Hsu
Dual Enrollment in Maryland: Using Propensity Scores to Strengthen Program Evaluation With State Longitudinal Data
Henneberger, Preston
Changing How We View Higher Education Data in Tennessee
Douglas
Concurrent
Session XII
11:30–12:30
Developing Local Data Teams: Moving Toward Data- Informed Decisionmaking
Hendricks, Ruggiero, Bernstein
Governing More With Less: The Pain We All Share
Ellis, Jackl
Best Practices for Naming and Defining Data
Edwards
The Critical Role of Education Data in Early Childhood Pay For Success Efforts
Tschantz, Spiker, Cox
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Session F G H I J
Tuesday, August 1, 2017
CCD Fiscal Coordinators' Training, 8:30–12:00, District Ballroom (Lower Lobby)
Opening Plenary Session, 1:15–2:15, Grand Ballroom (Lobby Level)
CCD Fiscal Coordinators' Training (continued), 2:30–5:20, District Ballroom (Lower Lobby)
Concurrent
Session I
2:30–3:20
The Practice of Personalized Learning and Promoting a Strategic Assessment System
Zellmer, Halverson, Kallio, Hackett, Rawat
Current Efforts to Improve the Measurement of SES for NAEP and Other Large- Scale Assessments
Ward, Broer, Holmes
Reporting Civil Rights Data
S. Smith
Federal Data to Measure College Access and Student Success: Uses for Research and Practice
Schak, Fu
Concurrent
Session II
3:30–4:20
Did the Program Actually Work? Toward Review of Impact on Students as the Statewide Norm
Best, B. Hansen
CEDS NDS Connector Project
Santy, Fruth, Jackl
Facilities Information Management
King
The Evolution of Georgia's SLDS
Swiggum
InformED: Developing a World-Class Open Data Infrastructure at the U.S. Department of Education
Churchwell, Metzger
Concurrent
Session III
4:30–5:20
Developing Statewide Capacity for Effective Data Inquiry Through Wisconsin’s WISExplore
Straw, J. Lee, Hudziak
Toward Effective Measures of LEAs, School Districts, Schools, and Education Programs
Schmitt, Santy
School Courses for the Exchange of Data (SCED)
S. Williams
Introduction to CCD: America's Public Schools
Glander
Utilizing LMI Data and Engagement of LWAs in Longitudinal Education and Workforce Data Alignment and Reporting
Secamiglio, Akers, McGhee
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
EDFacts and CCD Nonfiscal Coordinators' Training, 9:00–12:30, District Ballroom (Lower Lobby)
Concurrent
Session IV
9:00 –10:00
Your State Data Center: The Census Bureau’s Premier Local Partner
Bell
Forum Guide to Collecting and Using Attendance Data
Petro
One Team for Education: How Well-Implemented Standards Connect Us and Drive Impact, Outcomes, and Value
Pattisapu, Srinivasan, T. Wheeler, Archbold
Concurrent
Session V
10:15–11:15
Data Literacy: How States Are Addressing Educator Capacity Building
Mandinach, Driscoll, Anderson
Kind Words and Baked Goods: Inspiring Data Stakeholders to Care and Engage
Wisnia, Bjorkman
From Vision to Reality: Moving Our WISE Forward Using Ed-Fi for Interoperability
Straw, Raub, Casey
Title I Allocations
Sonnenberg, Gann, Cassidy
REL Northeast and Islands' Toolkits for Using SLDS Data for Instructional or Analytic Purposes
Riordan, Parker
Concurrent
Session VI
11:30–12:30
A District's Journey of Implementing Effective Data Use Practices
Margie Johnson, Wilkerson
Noncognitive Measures to Scale: Motivation- and Mindset-Matched Score Data Use to Improve Instruction
Alvin Larson
Investigating the Impact of the Nebraska ACT Pilot Project on Student College-Going Behavior
Yeo
Who’s in Charge of My Data? Protecting Data With Effective Data Governance
Miceli, Arzamendia, Mauzy, Sellers
Using NCES Data When State or District Data Are Not Available: Two REL Studies
Zweig, Lavigne, Shields
Lunch (on Your Own)
CCD Fiscal Coordinators' Roundtable, 1:45–4:00, District Ballroom (Lower Lobby)
Concurrent
Session VII
1:45–2:45
Addressing Teacher Shortages Through Analysis and Engagement
Reichardt, K. White
Teachers’ Data Use Practice: Findings From a Professional Development Program to Enhance Teachers’ Instructional Use of Data
Varier, Abrams
Improving IDEA Part B Data Quality: Connecting Metadata With Business Rules
Seay, D. Crain, Wise
IES Grants for Analyzing Your State or District Data
Ruby
Concurrent
Session VIII
3:00 –4:00
Transforming Raw IEP Data Into Datasets Ready for Analysis of RTI2 Outcomes
Rollins, Oslund
ED School Climate Surveys (EDSCLS)—Data Collection and Reporting
O'Rear, Ott, Murphy, Wang
Concurrent
Session IX
4:15–5:15
Ensuring Data Quality for a Combined Measure of Teacher Effectiveness
Tucci, Matthew Johnson
Together Everyone Achieves More
Wentworth, Casey, Gondwe
The Road to Data Consolidation: Persuasion, Frustration, and INTEGRATION
Duncan-Becerril, Jauregui
Using Data Dashboards to Assist With Instruction, Planning
Koester, Gleason
Thursday, August 3, 2017
Concurrent
Session X
9:00 –10:00
Building the Tools for Our Districts’ Success—Wyoming’s “Learn Everywhere” Vision
Zimmerschied, Setzer
Providing Statewide Opt-In Assessment Services
Engelman, Shake
The STEM Pipeline: Bridging High School Coursetaking to College Major and Degree Completion
Chen
Sustainable Cross-Sector Reporting Systems—The All-Important Last Mile
Huang, Norris, Watson, Patton
Herding Cats: As If It Were That Easy! Standards in a Nonstandard World
Pennington, Townsend, Jackl
Concurrent
Session XI
10:15 –11:15
Automating Certification Evaluations for State Agencies
Loredo, Hupp
Rules of Engagement: Improving Data Governance and Analysis in a Multistate Data System
Leibrandt, Lane, Beard, Akers
Use of State-Representative Data in the High School Longitudinal Study of 2009
Christopher, Burns Fritch
Data Use to Improve Instruction, Curriculum, and Equity—Consistency, Collaboration, and Communication
Altersitz, Haney
Concurrent
Session XII
11:30–12:30
Improving Communication of P20W Research to Stakeholder Audiences
Thayne, Chen
Using Your State’s Data to Develop and Answer Critical Questions
Petrosky, Anita Larson, Whiteman, Copa
New Analysis From The Condition of Education 2017
de Brey, McFarland
Automated Flow of Teacher Effectiveness Data and On-Time Reports
Kraman, Goodlaw, Trujillo, Flanagan
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 SLDS Other