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Education User Interface (EdUI) New Mexico Public Education Department. Presentation to Project Certification Committee, DoIT June 25, 2008. Education User Interface (EdUI) Project Abstract.

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Education user interface edui new mexico public education department

Education User Interface (EdUI)New Mexico Public Education Department

Presentation to Project Certification Committee, DoIT

June 25, 2008

Education User Interface (EdUI) Project Abstract

With the successful deployment of the STARS data warehouse, NMPED’s and New Mexico school districts’ next major step is being able to utilize data. The Education User Interface (EdUI) will allow teachers, school principals, district-level administrators, and PED agency personnel to make quality decisions through the use of information. The PED Education User Interface will provide clients:

  • A powerful and actionable means with which to examine, present, and apply data by providing additional analytical capabilities and decision support.

  • More advanced training on effective ad-hoc reporting and data query techniques.

  • Standards-aligned benchmark testing data as an integral part of the data warehouse.

  • A STARS Framework with which to:

    1. Integrate curriculum, instruction, and diagnostic data to help education leaders positively influence

    student outcomes

    2. Incorporate end-to-end Professional Development tracking to facilitate student objectives

    3. Provide data tools to create a “connected learning community” for PED stakeholders

  • A consistent use of “best practices” to tap the true power of STARS’ data.

  • A powerful collaboration and communications solution

    Strategically, the EdUI project will utilize internal PED resources to lead, plan, and execute the build and roll-out tasks for EdUI in a phased approach in 3 components for FY09.

  • District STARS Coordinators and PED IT staff: build tools to assist districts in the submission, review and certification of warehouse data. It’s focus will be continued development of PED IT skills to conduct new EdUI development and system maintenance.

  • PED Centralized Website and Program Content Framework: extend the PED Website as the base for the EdUI infrastructure and develop the necessary system security for roll-out to a broader set of users.

  • Superintendents, District and PED Program Staffs: the final component will be development and roll-out of Website Content Pages for both district and PED program staffs to streamline processes, including the content developed in the Enhanced Data Utilization portion of the appropriation.

Thank you
Thank You

  • Robert Piro, CIO

  • Austin Buff, IT Director

  • Minerva Carrera, Data Collection and Reporting Manager

  • Mitch Johnson, Consultant