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Improving Educational Outcomes: Why Longitudinal Data Systems Are Necessary

Event:


I. Welcome Video(Video)

Governor Bob Wise, President, Alliance for Excellent EducationGovernor Bob Wise, President, Alliance for Excellent Education

II. Building Actionable Knowledge for Student Success Video(Video)

Roy Johnson, Director, Division of Evaluation Research, Intercultural Development Research AssociationRoy Johnson, Director, Division of Evaluation Research, Intercultural Development Research Association

Supplemental Materials:
Roy Johnson’s PowerPoint presentation

III. The Vital Role of Data in High School Reform Video(Video)

John Bridgeland, President & CEO, Civic EnterprisesJohn Bridgeland, President & CEO, Civic Enterprises

IV. Longitudinal Data Systems: What is Needed, What Is Possible? Video(Video)

Aimee Guidera, Director, Data Quality Campaign and Jacqueline Lain, Director, SchoolMattersPanelists:
Aimee Guidera, Director, Data Quality Campaign
Jacqueline Lain, Director, SchoolMatters

Supplemental Materials:
Aimee Guidera’s PowerPoint presentation 

V. A Call to Action Video(Video)

John Jackson, National Director of Education, National Association for the Advancement of Colored PeopleJohn Jackson, National Director of Education, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

VI. Using Longitudinal Data to Help Close the Achievement Gap

Question & Answer Panel 1, March 9ModeratorSandra Licón, Policy Officer for Education, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Video(Video)

Speaker:
Valerie Woodruff, Secretary of Education, State of Delaware Video(Video)

Panelists:
Ross Wiener, Principal Partner, The Education Trust; Video(Video)
Dan Losen, Law & Policy Associate
, Civil Rights Project at Harvard University Video(Video)

Question and Answer Video(Video)

Supplemental Materials:
Ross Wiener’s PowerPoint presentation (Please be patient, this file may take 1-2 minutes to download)
Dan Losen’s PowerPoint presentation

VII. Data-Driven Decisionmaking: Voices from the Field

Question & Answer Panel 2, March 9Moderator: Mary Ann Wolf, Director of Leadership, Policy & Planning, State Educational Technology Directors Association Video(Video)

Panelists:
L. Michael Golden, Deputy Secretary of the Office of Information and Educational Technology, Pennsylvania Department of Education; Video(Video)
Pascal Forgione, Superintendent, Austin Independent School District, Texas; Video (Video)
Stephen Hockett, Principal
, McNair Elementary School, Fairfax, Virginia Video(Video)

Question and Answer Video(Video) 

Supplemental Materials:
Stephen Hockett’s PowerPoint presentation

 March 10, 2006

I. Creating a Unified Approach Video(Video)

Tom Luce, Assistant Secretary for the Office of Planning, Evaluation & Policy Development, U.S. Department of EducationTom Luce, Assistant Secretary for the Office of Planning, Evaluation & Policy Development, U.S. Department of Education

II. State and National Activities: Current Status and Future Directions

Question & Answer Panel 1, March 10Moderator: Tim Magner, Director for the Office of Educational Technology, U.S. Department of Education Video(Video)

Panelists:
Russ Whitehurst, Director, Institute for Educational Sciences Video(Video)
Bridgett Curran, Program Director, Education Division, National Governors Association Center for Best Practices Video(Video)
Scott Palmer, Partner
, Holland & Knight Video(Video)

Question and Answer Video(Video)

III. Using Data Powerfully: A Visual Demonstration Video(Video)

Terrence Young, Chief Information Officer, Guilford County Schools, North CarolinaTerrence Young, Chief Information Officer, Guilford County Schools, North Carolina

IV. Concluding Remarks Video(Video)

Governor Bob Wise, President, Alliance for Excellent EducationGovernor Bob Wise, President, Alliance for Excellent Education

 

 

 

 

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