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1 Photos by Susie Fitzhugh Accessing Data for an External Research Request Mark Teoh & Nicole VanVoorhis

2 Program Evaluation Overview Resources available online Process for external requests Data Sharing Agreement Steps to Request Data Q&A Agenda 2

3 Step 1. What are three key features of your program? Step 2. What is the desired outcome of each feature? For each program feature mentioned in Step 1, please respond to the following questions: Step 3. What will students do differently if they participate in your program? How will they change? Step 4. What data will you need to measure this change? Step 5. What data will you be able to collect within your organization to measure this change? Step 6. What data will you need from the teacher, school, or district to measure this change? Program Evaluation Planning 3

4 The Source with parental consent (source.seattleschools.org/)source.seattleschools.org/ OSPI’s report card page (reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us), click on “data files” to access excel formatreportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us Research, Evaluation and Assessment’s School Reports (bit.ly/School_Reports) and the District Data Profile (www.seattleschools.org/data)bit.ly/School_Reportswww.seattleschools.org/data Data Resources Online 4

5 Type A: Aggregate level data (example: how students in a program performed as a whole) Type B: Student level data (example: how students in a program performed individually or for an organization to do their own analysis) – need data sharing agreement (see next slide) Type C: Primary data collection (example: surveys, observations, interviews, etc.) External Research Requests: 5

6 Non-personally identifiable data – Student level with a proxy ID – Cannot identify student – Parental consent not needed Personally identifiable data – Can identify each student – Parental consent needed, unless you are conducting research for and on behalf of the District Data Sharing Agreement 6

7 Requesting Data from Seattle Public Schools Type A: For aggregate level data (example: how students in a program performed as a whole) to receive an Fill out application and return to same address You will then receive confirmation if your request is feasible/modifications needed/etc. You will also receive an estimated timeframe when the data can be completed for you Helpful Tips: Enter as many details as possible into the research request application- include specific measures that you want, school years, school names, etc. Give data file with students in your program- include SPS student ID numbers Submit the request at least 2 months before you need the data Type B: For individual student level data (example: how students in a program performed individually or for an organization to do their own analysis) to receive an Fill out application and return to same address You will then receive confirmation if your request is feasible/modifications needed/etc. You will then be sent one of two data sharing agreements to sign – Personally identifiable data sharing agreement: if you have parental consent – Non-personally identifiable data sharing agreement: if you do not have parental consent we can only send proxy data that cannot be identified Send the signed data sharing agreement to We will then collect signatures from our legal, accounting and technology departments since this is treated as a contract. You will receive an estimated timeframe when the data can be completed for you Please plan accordingly this may take between 1-2 months Type C: For primary data collection which includes surveys, observations, interviews, etc. please follow steps 1 and 2 and the research department will respond back to your request. Steps 7

8 Contact us for the research application and for any of your additional questions at Q&A 8


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