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Statewide Initiatives & Lane County School Districts. A conversation with Lane County Districts on statewide data initiatives and the implications for Lane County Schools. May/June 2008. Why are we here today?. A number of different converging statewide projects underway

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statewide initiatives lane county school districts
Statewide Initiatives &

Lane County School Districts

A conversation with Lane County Districts on statewide data initiatives and the implications for Lane County Schools.

May/June 2008

why are we here today
Why are we here today?
  • A number of different converging statewide projects underway
  • Opportunity for your district to capitalize on participation
  • Lane ESD is prepared to support districts and facilitate efforts
what do we expect to achieve
What do we expect to achieve?

That you will…

  • Have an awareness of statewide data initiatives.
  • Understand the implications for your district.
  • Have a sense of next steps and how you can access ESD services.
what we ll cover
What We’ll Cover
  • Statewide Initiatives
      • Vision for future & where we’ve been
      • KIDS Project Overview
      • DATA Project Overview
  • How it Fits Together
      • Systems for Continuous Improvement
      • Implementation Timelines
      • What does it mean to you?
  • Data Warehouse Examples
statewide initiatives
Statewide Initiatives
  • Vision for future & where we’ve been
  • KIDS Project Overview
  • DATA Project Overview
slide6

Teaching &

Learning

Connection

Data

Warehouse

Effective

School

Practices

System of Continuous Improvement

Link Teaching To Standards

How do you

know

learning

occurred?

System Tools

What do you

need to

teach?

CIP - SIP

where we ve been
Where we’ve been…

2005 20062007 2008

KIDS Project

KIDS 1 KIDS 2 KIDS 3

RFP/Aw Infrastructure Architecture, Standards Implementation with Data Warehouse

*KIDS – Pre-K through Grade 16 Integrated Data Systems – Project Lead: Oregon Department of Education

TLC Project

Concept Initial Training Implementation

* TLC – Teaching & Learning Connection – Project Lead: Education Enterprise (partnership between OAESD and ODE)

DATA Project

RFP Award Implementation

* DATA Project – Direct Access to Achievement – Project Leads: Education Enterprise and ODE

slide9

KIDS* III Project Overview

Statewide Effort to develop a data structure to streamline data acquisition and reporting

Data Sources

For 14 of Lane County’s 16 districts Data Warehouse services will be provided by Lane ESD via a contract with Willamette ESD’s data warehouse.

Data Uses

Originating District/School

“Dashboard” available for analysis and decision making related to student achievement

District Student Information System

Scheduled nightly

Other Districts/Schools within Oregon

Student record transfer

Extract, Transform, Load (ETL)

Process to extract data from data systems

Data Warehouse

Six established data warehouses in Oregon

Every district in Oregon must be affiliated with one of the six data warehouses by October 2009.

As needed/determined

Higher Education

Student Transcripts for college admissions

Other Student Data Systems

(OSAT, SWIS, for example)

Oregon Department of Education

Reporting student data

Other Student Data Systems

= Future Functionality

Longitudinal Data

“The Growth Project”

*KIDS – Pre-K through Grade 16 Integrated Data Systems

http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/results/?id=349

slide10

DATA* Project Overview

Statewide staff development strategy for the effective utilization of data to improve student outcomes.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT STRANDS

TECHNICAL

INSTRUCTIONAL

Lane ESD is participating in the statewide effort on behalf of Lane County School Districts.

Training will be provided at venues around the state, including Lane County.

Complementary training and support on best practice and strategies (i.e.., PBS, RTI, etc.) will be provide by Lane ESD.

Data 101

School Data Entry Staff

Creating a Data Culture

District Administrators

Data Coordination

District and School Data Coordinators

Data to Improve Student Learning

District / School Administrators

Data Certification

District and School Data Coordinators

Data to Improve Student Learning

School Administrators & Teachers

Instructional Strands will incorporate Teaching & Learning Connection (TLC) initiative (Data Driven Decision Making, Making Standards Work, etc.)

* DATA Project – Direct Access to Achievement

http://oregondataproject.org/

how it fits together
How it fits together
  • System for Continuous Improvement
  • System Tools
  • Implementation Timelines
  • What does it mean to you?
slide12

TLC &

DATA Project

Data

Warehouse

ESP

Network

System of Continuous Improvement

Link Teaching To Standards

How do you

know

learning

occurred?

System Tools

What do you

need to

teach?

CIP - SIP

slide13

Teaching &

  • Learning Connection
  • Making Standards Work
  • Including “Unwrapping”
  • the Standards
  • Data Driven Decision Making
  • Data Teams

System Tools

Effective School

Practices

Response to Intervention

Framework

Aligning Behavior (PBS), Math,

and Literacy Systems

  • Data Warehouse
  • KIDS Project supporting data
  • access and retrieval
  • DATA Project support
  • staff development
implementation timelines

Lane ESD is represented on the KIDS and DATA Project Task Forces, and will coordinate training for Lane County Schools.

Implementation Timelines

KIDS 3 Project

  • Lane County Data Warehouse Implementation – Lane ESD contracting with Willamette ESD for data warehouse services
  • Technical Training Development – RFP to develop curriculum awarded to Clackamas ESD

Joint Project Plan/Coordination

DATA Project

  • Creating a Data Culture
  • Data to Improve Student Learning in Districts and Schools
  • Data to Improve Student Learning in the Classroom

Training Sessions will be provided regionally

what does this mean to you
What does this mean to you?
  • Resources for making student and instruction decisions that are more informed and timely by providing…
      • efficient access to data aggregated from multiple systems into a readily-accessible single point of access
      • formats that are easy-to-use and present up-to-date information for timely decision making
      • increased data validity(i.e., eliminates manual data aggregation)
  • Tools and training for assessing district’s CIP progress for more frequent decision making cycles.

…continued

what does this mean to you1
What does this mean to you?
  • Increased knowledge on data analysis
    • for district staff
    • school administrators
    • teachers
  • Access to statewide resources
  • Collaboration with Lane ESD and other districts
data warehouse
Data Warehouse

Dashboard Examples

Following are example “dashboards” available via Willamette ESD’s data warehouse.

  • “Dashboard” refers to the online graphic screen display that provides summary data from the data warehouse, with the option to “drill down” to detailed data.
did we meet our goal
Did we meet our goal?

Do you….

  • Have an awareness of statewide data initiatives?
  • Understand what the implications might be for your district?
  • Have a sense of next steps and how you can access ESD’s services?
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