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Data Pipeline Project

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  1. Data Pipeline Project

  2. Topics for Discussion • CDE Overview • Vision, Mission, Goals • RISE • Data Pipeline Project • Overview • Collection Submission Process • Current • New • Benefits • What does that mean for you? • Implementation Approach • Project Timeline • Where can I find more information?

  3. Together We Can Vision All students in Colorado will become educated and productive citizens capable of succeeding in a globally competitive workforce. Mission The mission of CDE is to shape, support, and safeguard a statewide education system that prepares students for success in a globally competitive world.

  4. State Education Goals

  5. Teacher / Student Data Link Other State Agencies TCAP Data Pipeline RISE (Relevant Information to Strengthen Education) is a collection of integrated systems that will provide secure and immediate information about students, educators and schools to improve instruction and support student success from preschool to career.

  6. Data Pipeline Overview What is it? Replacement of the Automated Data Exchange (ADE) system with a new method of capturing data that will reduce the data burden on Local Education Agencies (LEAs). Why are we doing this? • Move from a program-centric to a student-centric data collection model • Reduce the burden of correcting data prior to state reporting • Reduce the data redundancy placed on LEAs • Provide actionable data back to LEAs that support decision making What does this mean for my district? • File layouts will change • More roles in Pipeline will allow more people to see reports • Errors can be corrected on-line • Reports on all collections can be run at any time (i.e. HQ) • Data may be submitted at any time

  7. Collection Submission Process • Current Process • Point-in-time • Level 1 & 2 edits – collection specific • Flat files only • Each collection has a collection owner • New Process • Interchanges rather than collections • Ed-Fi data model (national standard) • Level 1 business rules • Snapshots • Level 2 business rules • Submission options • Process for interchanges will need to be developed

  8. Interchanges

  9. Non-Interchange Collections

  10. Benefits of the new process • Earlier clean up of data • Centralized set of student demographics • No longer just about state reporting • Getting ahead of the cross-LEA errors and post collection processes • Data on transferred students – dropout rates • Ability to run snapshots at any time (i.e. HQ) • RITS/EDIS Optimizer now in Pipeline • Web services will reduce data submissions • More roles in the Pipeline • Online error corrections

  11. What does this mean for you? • File layouts will change • New process will need to be developed • Moor coordination with AU’s/Districts • Others?

  12. Implementation Approach • Piloting Pipeline • Phase I - 3-5 districts per collection; 1-3 months • Phase II – additional districts through June 2013 • Retiring ADE • Year round collections (Directory, RITS Batch, EDIS Batch) will open in Pipeline on July 1, 2013. • All other data will begin in Data Pipeline on September 1, 2013. • Collections opening in ADE during 2013 will also close in the ADE system. Example, Student End of Year will open in ADE around May 2013 and close in ADE around November 2013. At the same time data for the new collections will also be submitted in the Data Pipeline beginning September 1, 2013. • Officially close on December 31, 2013.

  13. Timeline

  14. Where can I find out more information? • Data Pipeline Project Lisa Bradley - bradley_l@cde.state.co.us 303-866-4902 Or visit http://www.cde.state.co.us/rise/ADEReplacement.asp