Format: PresentationsDeveloping Data Literacy
Data literacy is a critical component of achieving and maintaining a culture of high-quality data and use. Working toward a high level of data literacy within an agency is an ongoing process that involves many steps and players. This session presented key considerations for improving data literacy, including how to develop and apply data to inform policy and practice and ensure that an agencies shares a meaningful story of the data with stakeholders that all can understand and use.
Format: PresentationsUsing Compliance Data for Program Improvement
It can be challenging to bridge the huge shift from a focus on solely compliance-driven data to an emphasis on results-driven monitoring. Compliance data can be hard and fast; results-driven data can be harder to pin down. This topical burst provided an overview of compliance data, the interrelationship between compliance and results data, and existing processes that can help bridge the gap between accountability and program improvement.
Format: PresentationsData Managers: Sharing Strategies and Solutions for Common Challenges
This role-alike presentation was a facilitated discussion by Part B Data Managers to explore strategies and solutions for meeting common challenges, such as working with LEAs to improve data quality, cross walking EDFacts data to SPP/APR indicators, and verifying that requirements for making data available to the public are fully met.