NCES STATS-DC Data Conference 2017

Are you in Washington D.C. for the NCES STATS-DC Data Conference? This year’s theme at NCES is “Educators Run on Data” and boy, do they run (and depend on good, clean data). This years conference is filled with exciting and informative sessions.

We are excited and honored to announce that eScholar will be co-presenting with our customers on four sessions this year. Our sessions include:

Time, Place, Title: Tuesday, August 1st from 4:30 PM-5:20 PM in Virginia (Second Level): The Value of Running on a District Longitudinal Data Structure with Fort Wayne Community Schools, IN.

About The Presenters: Shawn Bay, CEO and Founder of eScholar, Jack Byrd, Director of Technology, Rafi Nolan-Abrahamian, Strategic Data Fellow, and Aaron Gernhardt, Senior Programmer and Analyst


Time, Place, Title: Wednesday, August 2nd from 9 AM – 10 AM in Virginia (Second Level): A 100-Meter Sprint or a Marathon: How Three Different Harvard Data Fellows Run with Data 

About The Presenters: Elissa Seto, Senior Manager of Marketing and Sales from eScholar, Jack Byrd and Rafi Nolan-Abrahamian of Fort Wayne Community Schools, and Alyssa Reinhart of Syracuse City Public Schools.


Time, Place, Title: Wednesday, August 2nd from 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM in State Ballroom (Lobby Level): Data Privacy in Louisiana 

About The Presenters: Karen Addesso, Senior Project Manager at eScholar, Kim Nesmith Data Governance and Privacy Director at Louisiana Department of Education, and Amelia Vance, Education Policy Counsel at the Future of Privacy Forum


Time, Place, Title: Wednesday, August 2nd from 4:15 PM – 2:45 PM in State Ballroom (Lobby Level): Using Data to Feed Children: Improving Accuracy in Identifying Eligible Students for Direct Certification

About The Presenters: Juan Guerrero, Product Manager from eScholar and Rebecca Lamury, Information Management Director



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