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why ceds 1011
Why CEDS? 101
  • What are Common Standards?
  • What is CEDS?
  • Why do we need it?
  • Who’s involved?
  • What does it provide?
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Common Standards

What are we talking about?

slide5

A language is a standardform of communication.

Humans speak many different languages.

But, there are certain things we allneed to understandandcommunicate.

For these, we need a

common language.

slide6

FOR EXAMPLE: Sign symbols

Imagine...

You arrive at an airportin a foreign city where an unfamiliar language is spoken.

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How do you find your way?

Universal travel sign symbols.

Developed in late 1970s to aid wayfinding.

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Common Education Data Standards

What are we talking about?

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Data standard: an agreed upon set of data names, definitions, options & technical specs

Education institutions across P-20usemanydifferent data standards.

But, there are certain data we allneed to understand,compare & exchange.

For these, we need a

common education data standard.

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FOR EXAMPLE: Demographic data

Imagine...

Your State PreK Program

has a child also enrolled in

Child Carethat uses a

different education data standard.

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Here’s a

child:

Matthe

SmithIII

Race = Guamanian

Gender = M

Hmmm…

Did you mean:

Matthew ?

Smith ?

Suffix = III ?

Race = NHOPI ?

Sex = M ?

State PreK Program

Child Care

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FOR EXAMPLE: Demographic data

Imagine...

A studentfrom a

high school in State Aenrolls in auniversity in State B that uses a different education data standard.

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Here’s a

new student:

Jonatha

TsumuraII

Race = Japanese

Gender = M

Hmmm…

Did you mean:

Jonathan ?

Tsumura ?

Suffix = II ?

Race = Asian ?

Sex = M ?

High School in state A

IHE in state B

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The PINT is:

The P-20 community needs a

COMMON VOCABULARY

for education data.

what is ceds
What is CEDS?
  • A national collaborative effort to develop voluntary, commondata standards for a key set of education data elements
  • A vocabularyincluding standard definitions, option sets & technical specifications to streamline sharing and comparing

Voluntary Common Vocabulary

why do we need ceds
Why do we need CEDS?

Accurate, timely, and consistent data

to inform decisionmaking

Share & compare high quality data within & across P-20 sectors

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is Not:

CEDS

Required

All or nothing

A data collection

An implementation

Solely an ED undertaking

A federal unit record system

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CEDS:

Who’s

involved?

ceds v2 stakeholders 1 of 2
CEDS v2 Stakeholders (1 of 2)
  • State Agencies
    • State Education Agencies
    • State Higher Education Agencies
    • Social Services Agencies
  • Local Education Agencies
    • K12
    • Head Start
    • Social Services
  • Institutions of Higher Education
    • Public
    • Private
    • Community Colleges
ceds v2 stakeholders 2 of 2
CEDS v2 Stakeholders (2 of 2)
  • U.S. Department of Education
    • NCES (SLDS, IPEDS)
    • EDFacts
    • Office of Educ. Technology
  • U.S. Health and Human Services
  • U.S. Department of Labor
  • Interoperability Standard Organizations
  • Education Associations
  • Foundations
  • Financial Student Aid
  • Office of the Undersecretary
  • Special Education
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What does

CEDS

provide?

ceds provides
CEDS provides:
  • Powerful Stakeholder Tools & Models
    • Data Alignment Tool
    • Logical Data Model

A Robust & Expanding Common, Voluntary Vocabulary drawn from existing sources

standard information the basics
Standard Information: The Basics

Element

Definition

Hispanic

or Latino

Ethnicity

Option set

Yes

No

NotSelected

Domain

K12

Entity

K12 Student

Related Use Cases

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CEDS Logical Data Model

  • Provides a high-level framework for translating standards into physical models
  • System-agnostic representation
  • 2 distinct views:
    • Domain Entity Schema
    • Normalized Data Schema
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CEDS Alignment Tool

Web-based tool that allows users to:

  • Import or input their data dictionaries
  • Aligntheir data to CEDS
  • Comparethemselves with others
  • Analyzetheir data in relation to various other CEDS-aligned efforts
ceds use case generator tool
CEDS Use Case Generator Tool

Builds on the CEDS Data Alignment Tool and allows stakeholders to:

  • Generate specificandrelevantmaps to a growing pool of CEDS aligned use cases
recap

1.We need standards2.CEDSishere3.It’s aGroup Effort4.It’s for P-205.It provides Elements6.It’s got a Data Model7.It’s got Powerful Tools

RECAP

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For more information,

visit:

http://ceds.ed.gov