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Communities around the world are embracing the philosophy of "open" to crowdsource knowledge and resources to fuel solutions to intractable problems. The 2017 SDP Convening will be about sharing data tools, research, ideas, and insights in order to make our own collective work better for kids. Join us from May 17 - 19, 2017 at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel (606 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210).

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Thursday, May 18 • 12:45pm - 2:00pm
Capstone Presentation – Pathways to Success: Using Student Data to Increase Career and College Readiness Limited seats remain

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Link to session resource library: https://sites.google.com/view/sdpconvening2017/c111-using-student-data

What metrics are predictive of students’ postsecondary and workforce readiness? How can we use high school data to optimize students’ college placement? How can accountability measures incentivize a focus on college readiness? What are the employment outcomes for college graduates?

In this session, Emily Passias, Director of the Office of Career-Technical Education at the Ohio Department of Education; Scott Secamiglio, Research Analyst at the Kentucky Center for Education Workforce Statistics; and Eric VandenBerk, Researcher/Data Scientist at Minneapolis Public Schools will present their findings from projects that address these questions.

Attendees will discuss school, district and state level work on college and workforce readiness metrics.

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Eric Vanden Berk

Data Scientist, Minneapolis Public Schools
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Emily Passias

Director, Office of Career-Technical Education, Ohio Department of Education
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Scott Secamiglio

Research Analyst, Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics

Thursday May 18, 2017 12:45pm - 2:00pm
Atlantic 2 606 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210

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