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Presented by: Phouang Sixiengmay Hamilton Bill Huennekens. Washington State: Collaboration Efforts Amongst Agencies. DQI June 7, 2012. Presentation Overview. WA State CTE Program Office. 1. 2. 3. Collaboration Amongst Various Agencies. P20W SLDS in Washington State.

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washington state collaboration efforts amongst agencies

Presented by:

Phouang Sixiengmay Hamilton

Bill Huennekens

Washington State: Collaboration Efforts Amongst Agencies


June 7, 2012

presentation overview
Presentation Overview

WA State CTE Program Office




Collaboration Amongst Various Agencies

P20W SLDS in Washington State

washington education research data center
WashingtonEducation Research & Data Center
  • Established in state law
  • Created in 2007 when lack of longitudinal data spanning education sectors was recognized
  • Based in a research division of the governor’s budget agency (unit-level postsecondary data system is there, too)
  • Work is responsive to “critical questions” identified by stakeholders
  • CTE questions that span sectors fit perfectly into ERDC agenda
washington education research data center1
WashingtonEducation Research & Data Center
  • Partner Agencies:
    • Department of Early Learning
    • Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
    • Professional Educator Standards Board
    • State Board of Education
    • Higher Education Coordinating Board
    • Council of Presidents(public four-year higher education institutions)
    • Independent Colleges of Washington(private, non-profit four-year higher education institutions)
    • State Board for Community and Technical Colleges
    • Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board
    • Employment Security Department
erdc memorandum of understanding responsibilities and principles for sharing and using p 20w data
ERDC Memorandum of UnderstandingResponsibilities and Principles for Sharing and UsingP-20W Data

Complete document: www.erdc.wa.gov/datasharing/pdf/workgroup/mou_final_201109.pdf

  • The ERDC provides cross-sector, linked data to all data consumers in a consistent, transparent way.
  • ERDC is building a P-20W data warehouse.
  • Protecting the privacy of individuals is a priority.
  • Partner agency data contributors (at the state and local levels) are experts at understanding and explaining the data.
  • Common understanding and use of data increases its value.
p 20w data governance data sharing
P-20W Data Governance – Data Sharing

Office of Financial Management

Education Research & Data

ERDC Guidance Committee

Agency directors or deputies from agencies contributing data

Research & Reporting

Coordination Committee

Data Custodians


Data Stewards


Experts directly familiar with data from their agency used in research.

Technical experts responsible for the technical delivery of data to and from the warehouse.

Policy experts who interact with agency decision-makers, stakeholders, and researchers.

ERDC coordinates

P-20W Data


washington s p 20 w slds
Washington’s P-20/W SLDS
  • Research-oriented
  • Focuses on all students – including dropouts and those who leave college before receiving a degree or certificate
  • K-12 SLDS feeds into the P-20W SLDS
  • An “enterprise” approach: full early learning, K-12, postsecondary, workforce +more
  • Cohorts can originate in any sector and tracked forward or backward
  • Designed for single-year (Perkins 5S1) or multi-year follow-­up
p 20 longitudinal data elements


Public K-121999-current


Community &

Technical Colleges


K-12 teachers and other staff

Early learning providers








Early Childhood





Core Data



(Wage data, Claimant

Data, Employers)

National Student


P-20 Longitudinal Data Elements

OSPI = Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

DEL = Department of Early Learning

ESD = Employment Security Department

SBCTC = State Board for Community & Technical Colleges

thinking beyond the required reports
Thinking Beyond the Required Reports
  • Employment as an outcome:
  • Perkins 5S1 measure and TechPrep follow-up
  • Do graduates enter the workforce immediately after leaving high school?
  • What are the postsecondary enrollment characteristics of CTE students? Do they vary by career cluster?
  • What are CTE students doing 6 years after leaving high school?
p 20w information back to k 12
P-20W Information Back to K-12

P-20W Outcome



  • http://www.k12.wa.us/K12DataGovernance/default.aspx
    • Data Management Committee
    • Members
  • http://www.erdc.wa.gov/
    • ERDC publications and presentations
    • ARRA P-20 SLDS Grant activities
Bill HuennekensOffice of Superintendent of Public InstructionData Governance and EDFacts Coordinatorbill.hunnekens@k12.wa.us

Phouang Sixiengmay HamiltonWashington State CTE Program Officephouang.hamilton@k12.wa.us

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