Data Use

Using Data To Inform College Readiness and STEM Engagement in High Schools

This webinar will present findings from student survey and college readiness / dual enrollment coursework data collected through the STEM Early College Expansion Partnership (SECEP) project in participating Michigan and Connecticut schools.  In addition, it will highlight ways in which these continuous improvement data were shared and used in partnership meetings with middle and high school leaders and teachers, postsecondary administrators, and other organizations.

Using Data to Create School Schedules that Promote Gap Closing

Monday, December 5th – 3:30 – 6:00 pm (EST)

Teacher effectiveness data is a powerful driver for closing student performance gaps.  This session will describe methodology to formatively schedule students to optimize the growth and development of each student in an early college environment.

Marcy Raymond

Educational Service Center, Columbus, OH

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PSJA 8th Grade Demographics

Profile of 8th grade demographics in Pharr - San Juan - Alamo ISD.

BISD Data Dashboard Artifact

A screen shot of the BISD data dashboard.

Using Data to Accelerate ECHS Success

Educate Texas has been working to break down the data sharing barrier between higher education and school districts. Through our experiences we have identified key levers and practices that will ensure that the data you are collecting for your Early College High School will be valuable in making decisions for both the district and college/university. This webinar will share some of the common hurdles, practical solutions, and actionable steps to have clean data for all stakeholders.

Presented by Kristin Kuhne and Susan Henderson
Educate Texas

Progress Monitoring with College and Career Readiness Keys for Success

The Denver Early College Instructional Coach Team worked to align the CIF Strategies to the College and Career Readiness indicators outlined not only by the DPS District, but also by other current research and projects like those sponsored by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. The resulting indicators, called the Keys for Success Indicators, include four important readiness domains: Ownership of Learning; Academic Mindset; Communication and Collaboration; and, Think Critically.

Data Collection

Describes data collection for the i3 project.