RECORDED WEBCASTS

June 6, 2012
June 6 Webcast
June 7, 2012
June 7 Webcast

INSTITUTE MATERIALS

2012 Sessions and Materials

This section contains session materials for the 2012 VDQI.
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June 6, 2012

June 7, 2012




Speakers

Andy Van Kleunen
Executive Director,
National Skills Coalition
Workforce Data Quality Campaign
andyvk@nationalskillscoaltion.org

Nancy Sharkey
Program Officer,
SLDS Grant Program
National Center for Education Statistics
Nancy.Sharkey@ed.gov

Lyndsay Pinkus
Director,
National & Federal Policy Initiatives
Data Quality Campaign (DQG)
lyndsay@dataqualitycampaign.org

SESSION 1:
National Perspectives on the Inclusion of CTE and Workforce Data in State Longitudinal Data Systems

SLDS, WQDC, DQC = How do these data initiatives interact with each other and what does their relationship to each other mean for access and analysis of quality CTE data?


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Speakers

Jay Pfeiffer
SLDS Consultant,
MPR Associates, Inc.
jpfeiffer@mprinc.com

Dale King
U.S. Department of Education
dale.king2@ed.gov

SESSION 2:
The Wonderful World of Data Sharing Agreements

Development and implementation of SLDS imply agreement to access data across education levels, state agencies, and potentially non-governmental entities. This session will explore the opportunities and challenges in the creation of effective data sharing agreements.


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Speakers

Scott Parke
Illinois Community College Board
scott.parke@illionois.gov

Gretchen Koch
Senior Director, Workforce Development Programs
CompTIA
gkoch@comptia.org

SESSION 3:
Data Sharing Agreements with Industry Certification Organizations: A Prototype

The State of Illinois and CompTIA, an industry provider of IT certifications have forged a data sharing agreement that enables educational agencies to access industry certification results.


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State Networking Discussion Groups: State Strategies for Establishing Data Sharing

Guided discussion on state strategies used to develop and establish data sharing agreements between public and private data stakeholders.

  • Describe your data sharing agreements and who they are with.
  • What are some non-CTE data sources your state has accessed that have been helpful to CTE? Did they require a data sharing agreement?
  • What CTE data has your state found to be helpful to other non-CTE data partners?

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Speakers

Sharon Enright
Ohio Department of Education
sharon.enright@education.ohio.gov

Keith Brown
SLDS State Support Team
SLDS P20/W CTE Workgroup
brown.jkeith@gmail.com

SESSION 4:
P20/W and CTE Contributions to SLDS Implementation: Status of the CTE Work Group

CTE's emerging participation with the larger SLDS conversation has the potential to influence the ongoing-design and development of SLDS. Significant steps are taking place. Panelists will brief participants on the current status of CTE's engagement and their hope for further involvement.


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Speakers

  Webinar A: Maryland

Pat Mikos
Program Manager, CTE Student & Assessment Services Branch
Maryland State Dept. of Education
pmikos@msde.state.md.us


  Webinar B: Pennsylvania

Kevin Springman
Educational Research Associate
Bureau of Career & Technical Education
Pennsylvania Department of Education
kspringman@pa.gov

Steve Simchock
Educational Statistics Associate
Division of Data Quality
Pennsylvania Department of Education
ssimchock@pa.gov


  Webinar C: Washington

Phouang Hamilton
Program Supervisor
Career and Technical Education
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
phouang.hamilton@k12.wa.us

Bill Huennekens
Data Governance and EDFacts Coordinator
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
bill.huennekens@k12.wa.us

SESSION 5:
P20/W Data Driven Decision Making: State Approaches for Data Analysis and Use for Program Improvement

The states of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Washington will offer examples of how they approach access to various data sources for analysis and use in program improvement. View webinar access information.


  Webinar A: Maryland

Maryland has been working on the development of a P-20W Longitudinal Data System (LDS) since 2006 and has made significant progress in many areas, including the integration of Perkins measures and other CTE data elements for secondary and postsecondary programs. This session will review the major areas of integration and key steps in the process. We will also share sample Dashboards and other tools available through the LDS system.

  Webinar B: Pennsylvania

  Webinar C: Washington

Collaboration is key when it comes to understanding data and program. Washington State officials will share the steps and actions taken towards a more collaborative effort amongst state agencies to comply with federal and state reporting.