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AASBO Data Collection Project. Ken Hicks, Dysart USD Jim Migliorino, Deer Valley USD. Data - Data collection is a process used to prepare and collect information. Why? To improve a process or project Increases accuracy of decisions

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aasbo data collection project

AASBO Data Collection Project

Ken Hicks, Dysart USD

Jim Migliorino, Deer Valley USD

data data collection is a process used to prepare and collect information
Data - Data collection is a process used to prepare and collect information.

Why?

  • To improve a process or project
  • Increases accuracy of decisions
  • For most, this is used for IBA or Negotiations (Comparison Districts)
data what should be compared
Data - What should be compared?
  • This discussion should take place first.
  • What is important in your district?
  • What points or information is brought up during negotiations?
  • What areas do you think should be examined?
data who should you be comparing to
Data - Who should you be comparing to?
  • This is very important.
  • Be as statistically sound as possible
  • Try to get similar districts.
    • Scottsdale USD should not be comparing to Murphy ESD. Regional and Type of district should be similar.
data what data source
Data - What data source?
  • Use AFR whenever possible.
  • Use budget only for current year and return to AFR after year.
  • Budgets show where districts wanted to go, AFR indicates where they went.
data look at the data do you have any anomalies
Data - Look at the data, do you have any anomalies?
  • When there are large variations, you should be able to explain it.
  • For example, looking at Dysart 2007, we spent 50% more per student in Unrestricted Capital.
    • Why? We opened four schools and a preschool.
data benchmarks
Data - Benchmarks
  • Have you reviewed and determined where your district should be going?
  • How are you going to get there?
  • You must have a serious discussion on what is important to your district and why.
  • Work to move beyond just measuring things and address why you are doing so.
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