2021 NCES STATS-DC Data Conference

Using Data to Improve Education Through the Pandemic

Who is ready for this year’s virtual NCES STATS-DC Data Conference? We sure are! Although it is a different format this year, all of us at eScholar are looking forward to connecting with everyone again. We are also excited to announce that we will be supporting two of our state customers at NCES, South Carolina and North Carolina, this year.

South Carolina’s SLDS Vision – From Early Childhood to Workforce

Attendees are invited to join this session to learn about the South Carolina Department of Education’s (SCDE) SLDS journey from partnering agencies, multiple sources of K-12 data to now, expanding to early childhood and beyond. Learn how SCDE is utilizing their Student Unique Numbering System (SUNS) and Ed-Fi ODS to enable accurate, unique participant counts, connect early childhood to K-12 data, support more effective analyses, and how they plan to improve education in critical areas.
8/16/21: Concurrent Session Block 1
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET

The Future of Data Management: North Carolina’s Vision

Join this session to learn how the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) modernizes its agency reporting, data stores, and structure. By leveraging their Reporting Data Warehouse and the U.S. Department of Education’s Common Education Data Standards (CEDS), learn how the NCDPI seamlessly expands its data collection capacity and increases the granularity of the data available for analysis and reporting.

8/17/21: Concurrent Session Block 6
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET

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About NCES STATS-DC Data Conference:  The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), in the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences (IES), will sponsor the 2021 NCES STATS-DC Data Conference. The 2021 NCES STATS-DC Data Conference will be 100% virtual. This conference provides updates on federal and national activities affecting data collection and reporting and information about the best new approaches in collecting, reporting, and using education statistics. There will be a range of informative sessions targeted toward interests in CCD, data collection, data linking beyond K-12, data management, data privacy, data quality, data standards, data use (analytical), data use (instructional), fiscal data, and Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS) as well as information about changes in how the U.S. Department of Education collects and uses data.

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