Are you ready for this summer’s data conference in Washington, D.C.? This year’s agenda is filled to the brim with exciting sessions on data collection, fiscal data, data use (analytical), data management, other, data quality, SLDS, CCS, data use (instructional), data linking beyond K-12, data privacy, and data standards. eScholar is lucky to have engaging partners that are excited to share how they’re moving their data with our support and products.
Below are the sessions that we will be co-presenting with our customers:
Design Principles to Visualize Data for the Future of Education: Arlington Independent School District
Thursday in Pennsylvania (Second) at 1:45 PM
Two States and ESSA: The Challenges and Progress with EDFacts Submissions – North Carolina Department of Education and Pennsylvania Department of Education
Friday in Palm Court Ballroom (Lobby) at 9 AM
One Tool, One EDFacts Coordinator, 99% Timeliness and Accurate Results for EDFacts Submissions in Pennsylvania – Pennsylvania Department of Education
Friday in Palm Court Ballroom at 10:15 AM
New Mexico’s Early Childhood Integrated Data System: Multiple agencies, many source systems, one enchanting solution! – New Mexico Public Education Department
Friday in Palm Court Ballroom at 11:30 AM
How Missouri is Using Data to Feed Children: From Process to Implementation and Early Successes – Missouri Department of Education
Thursday in East Ballroom Lobby at 4:15 PM
Leveraging Business Intelligence (BI) Tools to Unlock, Democratize, Govern and Visualize Your Data – Fort Wayne Community Schools
Friday in New Hampshire (Second) at 10:15 AM
Be sure to join us for a Game Night Reception with eScholar at the Mayflower Hotel Mezzanine on Thursday at 6 PM. We look forward to seeing you there!
About NCES STATS-DC Data Conference:
The U.S. Department of Education’s 2018 National Center for Education Statistics’ (NCES) STATS-DC Data Conference offers:
- discussions on technical and policy issues related to the collection, maintenance, and use of education data for education researchers, policymakers, and data system managers from all levels of government who want to share innovations in the design and implementation of education data collections and information systems;
- training and business meetings for Common Core of Data (CCD) and EDFacts data coordinators;
- information sessions on CCD, data collection, data linking beyond K–12, data management, data privacy, data quality, data standards, data use (both analytical and instructional), fiscal data, Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS), and changes in how the U.S. Department of Education collects and uses data; and
- updates on federal and state activities affecting data collection and reporting, with a focus on information about the best new approaches in collecting, reporting, and using education statistics.