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Title: 2011 MIS SUMMER DATA CONFERENCE Committing to Data Quality


1
2011 MIS SUMMER DATA CONFERENCE Committing to
Data Quality
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USDE COLLECTION REQUIREMENTS
Mississippi
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EDFacts
  • EDFacts is a U.S. Department of Education
    initiative to put performance at the center of
    policy, management, and budget decisions for all
    K-12 education programs. It is multidimensional
    data system that includes
  • An electronic submission system that receives
    data from States, districts, and schools
  • Analytical tolls for analysis of submitted data
    and
  • Reporting tools for Department staff and data
    submitters to ensure use of those data.

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  • EDFacts
  • centralizes data provided by SEAs, LEAs and
    schools, and provides users with the ability to
    easily analyze and report data. This initiative
    has significantly reduced the reporting burden
    for state and local data producers, and has
    streamlined data collection, analysis and
    reporting functions at the federal, state and
    local levels.

5
  • The purpose of EDFacts is to
  • Place the use of robust, timely performance data
    at the core of decision- and policy making in
    education
  • Reduce State and district data burden and
    streamline data practices
  • Improve State data capabilities by providing
    resources and technical assistance and
  • Provide data for planning, policy, and management
    at the federal, State, and local levels.

6
  • Until now,
  • EDFacts
  • has been available only to Departments and
    State analysts. In the interest of transparency,
    the Department plans to make these data publicly
    available for the first time and will start by
    moving five data sets to Data.gov this fiscal
    year

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  • Annual List of
  • Schools in need of improvement since 2004-2005
  • Districts in need of improvement since 2004-2005
  • Statewide assessment results in reading since
    2003-2004
  • Statewide Assessment results in Mathematics since
    2003-2004 and
  • District-level Graduation Rates reported under
    ESEA for 2006-2007 and 2007-2008

8
FEDERAL REPORTING AREAS
DANS
SIG
CAR
CSPR
NAEP
OCR
NCLB
CCD
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EDEN Submission System
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Common Core of Data (CCD) - MIS
  • The CCD system collect data annually from state
    education agencies about student enrollments,
    graduation,
  • dropouts,
  • education staff,
  • school and agency characteristics,
  • and revenues and expenditures for public
    elementary and secondary education.

11
DANS (Special Ed Office) Data Analysis System
  • DANS is a repository for all the data mandated by
    the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
    (IDEA) to be collected from states annually.
  • These data include the number of infants and
    toddlers being served under Part C of IDEA and
    the settings in which they receive program
    services, as well as their transition out of Part
    C.
  • The states also report early intervention
    services provided to this population and the
    personnel who are providing services. For Part B,
    states report the number of children and students
    who are being served, the educational
    environments in which they receive education,
    disciplinary actions that affect them, their
    exiting from the program and personnel providing
    educational services to them.

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CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL REPORT(CAR) CAREER AND
TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE)
  • Report Students who
  • 1.) Reached the state-defined threshold level for
    vocational education participation (i.e., CTE
    concentrators) regardless of whether the program
    was funded by Perkins and
  • 2.) Left secondary education during the school
    year either because they graduated or because
    they left school
  • In Short
  • Report all students who meet the stated criteria
    that were enrolled in a CTE program in all
    institutions during the reporting year,
    regardless of whether those institutions received
    Perkins funding.

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CSPR Consolidated State Performance
Report (Innovative Support ORS Office)
  • Collects data that is required under section 1111
    of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), which
    mandates the requirements for the Secretarys
    report to Congress and information necessary for
    the Secretary report on the Departments
    Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA)
    indicators.

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INNOVATIVE SUPPORT
  • TITLE 1
  • TITLE STUDENT INDICATORS
  • MIGRANTS
  • LEP
  • HOMELESS
  • NEGLECTED/DELIQUENT

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MSIX
  • What is MSIX?
  • Migrant Student Information Exchange MSIX was
    developed in September 2007.
  • The MSIX does not replace existing state
    migrant student record systems rather it links
    them in a minimal invasive manner to collect,
    consolidate, and make available critical
    education and health data.
  • The MSIX also leverages available information
    provided by the states to EDs Education Data
    Exchange Network (EDEN) system to ease the data
    collection burden on states

16
Assessment Data
  • TESTING RESULTS
  • In all areas
  • Academic Achievement in Mathematics, Reading,
  • Science
  • Assessment Participation
  • LEP English Language Proficiency Results

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NAEP
  • The National Assessment of Educational Progress
    (NAEP) is the only nationally representative and
    continuing assessment of what America's students
    know and can do in various subject areas.
  • Assessments are conducted periodically in
    mathematics, reading, science, writing, the arts,
    civics, economics, geography, and U.S. history.
  • Assessments in world history and in foreign
    language are anticipated in 2012.

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NAEP COORDINATOR
  • The MS Department of Education is seeking a
    Division Director II for the Office of Student
    Assessment.
  •  
  • The required experience must include experience
    in data analysis, statistical interpretation,
    experience working in an educational setting
    making presentations to large group of teachers,
    educators and school administrators on the
    National Assessment of Educational Progress
    (NAEP), and be proficient in Excel and Power
    point. This position requires extensive in-state
    and out-of-state travel with frequent overnight
    trips.

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School Improvement Grants (SIG)
  • Tier I and Tier II Schools that implemented the
    Restart, Transformation, or Turnaround School
    Intervention Models and were served with SIG
    funds.
  • N159 Average Scale Scores
  • N160 High School Graduates
    Postsecondary Enrollment
  • N/X161- HS Graduates Postsecondary Credits
    Earned
  • N166 Evaluation of Staff
  • N167 - School Improvement Grants

20
Teacher Attendance
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OCR
Office of Civil Rights
  • The Civil Rights Data Collection in the U.S.
    Department of Education (previously the
    Elementary and Secondary Survey) is used by the
    Office for Civil Rights (OCR) to obtain data from
    the elementary and secondary schools.
  • This data collection provides information about
    student access to elementary and secondary
    schools and to programs of services within those
    schools. These data are "disaggregated" or broken
    out, by factors including race, ethnicity,
    gender, and disability.

22
EDFacts State Working Calendar
  • September 2011
  • SY 2010-11 Files Due Robin Sillas
  • Due September 30 (Tentative)
  • N/X162 Internet Access
  •  
  • Events/Important Dates
  • September 30 FY10 EDFacts Task Order
    Implementation Reports due
  •  
  • October 2011
  • SY 2010-11 Files Due
  • None
  •  
  • Events/Important Dates
  • October 3 EIMAC General Statistics Task Force
    meeting in DC
  •  
  • Also in October
  • (Planned) Release of Academic Achievement Levels
    survey in EMAPS

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  • November 2011
  • SY 2010-11 Files Due Ellen
    Burnham Group
  •  IDEA Files Due November 2
  • N/X005 Children w/Disabilities (IDEA) Removal to
    Interim Alternative Educational Setting
  • N/X006 Children w/Disabilities (IDEA)
    Suspensions/Expulsions
  • N/X007 Children w/Disabilities (IDEA) Reasons for
    Unilateral Removal
  • N/X009 Children w/Disabilities (IDEA) Exiting
    Special Education
  • N/X070 Special Education Teachers
  • N/X088 Children w/Disabilities (IDEA)
    Disciplinary Removals
  • N/X099 Special Education Related Services
    Personnel
  • N/X112 Special Education Paraprofessionals
  • N/X143 Children w/Disabilities (IDEA) Total
    Disciplinary Removals
  • N/X144 Educational Services During Expulsion
  •  
  • CSPR Part I Submissions beginSee list of files
    in December
  • Events/Important Dates
  • (Planned) November 7 SY 2010-11 CSPR Part I
    opens
  •  

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  • December 2011
  • SY 2010-11 Files Due Debbie Murphy
    Group Tollie, Shelia, Alisha
  • CSPR Part I Files (Due in ESS December 15)
  • N/X003- Children w/Disabilities (IDEA) Academic
    Achievement
  • N/X004 Children w/Disabilities (IDEA) Not
    Participating in Assessments
  • N/X010 Public School Choice
  • N/X043 Homeless Served (McKinney-Vento)
  • N/X045 Immigrant
  • N/X050 Title III LEP English Language Proficiency
    Results
  • N/X063 Teacher Quality in Elementary Classes
  • N/X064 Teacher Quality in Core Secondary Classes
  • N/X067 Title III Teachers
  • N/X075 Academic Achievement in Mathematics
  • N/X078 Academic Achievement in Reading (Language
    Arts)
  • N/X079 Academic Achievement in Science
  • N/X081 Assessment Participation
  • N/X093- Children w/Disabilities Participation in
    Assessments
  • N/X103 Accountability
  • N/X116 Title III LEP Students Served

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  • N/X128 Supplemental Educational Services
  • N/X132 School End of SY Status
  • N/X137 LEP English Language Proficiency Test
  • N/X138 Title III LEP English Language Proficiency
    Test
  • N/X139 LEP English Language Proficiency Results
  • N/X141 LEP Enrolled
  • N/X146 Children w/Disabilities (IDEA) Alternate
    Assessment Caps
  • N/X 152 Corrective Actions
  • N/X 153 Restructuring Actions
  • N/X164 PSC/SES Data
  • CTE Files (Due December 31, 2011) Mike
    Mulvihill Group Sandra Crowley
  • N/X082 CTE Concentrators Exiting
  • N/X083 CTE Concentrators Graduates
  • N/X142 CTE Concentrators Academic Achievement
  • N/X154 CTE Concentrators Graduation Rate
  • N/X155 CTE Participants in programs for
    Non-Traditional
  • N/X156 CTE Concentrators in Programs For
    Non-Traditional

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  • Other (Not used in CSPR used for Performance
    Evaluation. Due December 31.)
  • N/X106 Elementary/Middle Additional Indicator
    Ken Thompson Group Arthur
  • N/X107 High School Graduation Rate Indicator
  • N/X108 Mathematics Participation Status
  • N/X109 AMO Mathematics Status
  • N/X110 Reading/Language Arts Participation Status
  • N/X111 AMO Reading/Language Arts Status
  •  
  • Events/Important Dates
  • December 16 (Planned) SY 2010-11 CSPR Part I
    closes files due into ESS by COB ET December 15
  •  
  • Also in December
  • (Planned) ESS 8.0 opens for submission of early
    SY 2011-12 files
  • (Planned) Release of SY 2011-12 State Submission
    Plan in EMAPS

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  • January 2012
  • SY 2010-11 Files Due MIS, ORS
  • Due January 31
  • N/X032 Dropouts
  • N/X040 Graduates/Completers
  • N/X041 Graduation Rates
  • N/X071 Personnel Skilled in Technology
  • N/X117 8th Grade Technology Literacy
  • N/X131 LEA End of SY Status
  • N/X150 Regulatory Cohort Graduation Rate
  • N/X151 Cohorts for Regulatory Graduation Rate
  •  
  • SY 2011-2012 Files Due (Tentative)
  • Due January 31
    MIS
  • N/X029 Directory
  • N039 Grades Offered (not required if Directory is
    submitted in XML)
  • Events/Important Dates
  • January 9 (Planned) CSPR II Opens

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  • February 2012 
  • SY 2010-11 Files Due School
    Recovery Dr. Benton, Linda
  • SIG/SFSF Files Due February 10
  • N/X159 Average Scale Scores
  • N/X160 HS Graduates Postsecondary Enrollment
  • N/X161 HS Graduates Postsecondary Credits Earned
  • N/X166 Evaluation of Staff
  • N/X167 School Improvement Grants
  •  
  • CSPR Part II Files (Due into ESS by February 16)
    Innovative Support
  • N/X036 Title I Part A TAS Services
  • N/X037 Title I Part A SWP/TAS Participation
  • N/X054 MEP Students Served - 12 Months N/X065
    Federally Funded Staff
  • N/X113 N or D Academic Achievement State Agency
  • N/X119 N or D Participation State Agency
  • N/X123 MEP Students Served - Regular School Year
  •  N/X124 MEP Students Served - Summer/Intersession
  • N/X125 N or D Academic Achievement -LEA
  • N/X127 N or D Participation - LEA

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  • Other (Not used for CSPR used by Office of Safe
    and Drug-Free Schools. Due by February 28)
  • N/X030 Discipline Incidents
  • N/X136 Students Disciplined
  •  
  • SY 2011-12 Files Due (Tentative)
  • IDEA Files Due February1
    Special Ed
  • N/X002 Children w/Disabilities (IDEA) School
    AgeSEA and LEA Level
  • N/X089 Children w/Disabilities (IDEA) Early
    ChildhoodSEA and LEA Level
  •  
  • Events/Important Dates
  • (Planned) February 17CSPR II Closes for SY
    2009-10 at 5PM ET files due into ESS by 5PM ET
    February 16
  •  
  • Also in February
  • (Planned)CSPR Part I reopens for data
    corrections

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  • March 2012
  • SY 2010-11 Files Due
  • Due March 2
    Pull Info from MSIS Linda, Shelia, Sammie
  • N/X086 Students Involved with Firearms
  • N/X094 Firearm Incidents
  • N/X163 Discipline Data
  • SY 2011-12 Files Due (Tentative)
  • Due March 31
  • N/X033 Free and Reduced Price Lunch
  • N/X052 Membership
  • N/X129 CCD School
  • N/X130 ESEA Status
  •  
  • Events/Important Dates
  •  
  • Also in March
  • (Planned) CSPR Part I reopen period closes
  • (Planned) Release of draft 2012 State Profiles

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  • Program Office Participants

Office Special Education- Dec. 1 Counts Office
Innovative Support- CSPR Office Safe and Orderly
Schools- Discipline Office Research and
Statistics- Testing Office of Vocational
Education- Concentrators Office of Child
Nutrition- Free Reduced Lunch Office of
Curriculum Instructions Gifted Student
Counts Office of Accounting Funding Source
Codes Office of Student Assessment - NAEP
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  • Thank You
  • For
  • Committing to
  • Data Quality
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