Presentation on theme: "Trina Condo Bureau Chief, Community Colleges and Technical Centers MIS Division of Accountability, Research & Measurement."— Presentation transcript:
Trina Condo Bureau Chief, Community Colleges and Technical Centers MIS Division of Accountability, Research & Measurement
FLDOE leads the nation in collecting, storing and disseminating actionable student-centric statewide longitudinal data via a comprehensive multi-faceted PK-20 Education Data Warehouse (EDW 2.0); Consistently meets information interests of public education stakeholder transparently with a selective set of data tools, analytics and easy access to key centrally-administered applications via a single gateway; and, Efficiently facilitates data-driven decisions with timely data to improve student learning and research toward closing achievement gaps.
Data Governance Formalize Data Governance Metadata Management Tool Implement a modern MDM tool to: Track data managed by Data Governance Maintain systems
Researcher’s Sandbox Provide approved data to researchers in a more efficient manner Automated Approval Process Provide data more efficiently to external data requestors and FLDOE staff
Report Building Tool(s) Provide data to stakeholders in a user friendly format via the web Data Mining Tool(s) (internal capability only) To assist the FLDOE in applying business analytics to identify best practices and problem areas quicker and more accurately
Portal and Single Sign-On Central point to access data 6 systems identified for initial SSO; 3 year deployment Dashboards and Pre-defined & Customizable Reports Provide user-friendly views to aggregate data
Professional Development Research Other Components Relevant to K12 Only Local Instructional Improvement Systems, etc.
Integrate disparate and independently developed/operating PK-12, CCTCMIS and Workforce Education data systems into a comprehensive Education Data Warehouse (EDW 2.0) while concurrently facilitating collection, storage and dissemination of staff and student specific data in a seamless manner. Data Governance (SLDS R3) Data Systems Upgrade (SLDS R4) Unique ID (SLDS R4)
Improve the quality of data maintained and provided by FLDOE with upstream edits and downstream analytics Metadata management tool (SLDS R3) Data mining tool (SLDS R4) Support evidence based education decision making through widespread access to an improved statewide longitudinal data system Automated approval process (SLDS R3) Sandbox (SLDS R3) Dashboards and reports (RTTT and SLDS R4) Single Sign-On (RTTT)
Supports Both Current and Longitudinal Data Modeling Underlying the Modernization is Scalable Allowing for Easy Adaptation for Future Changes Integrated and Conformed Data All source data will be represented however the data will be homogenized to meet the structural and business requirements Enforces Temporal Integrity Allows Responses to Questions Requiring a Point-in-Time Provides a Single Version of the Truth Supports Accountability Analyses Supports Policy Analyses Supports Financial Analyses
Inventories Memorialized System and User Interfaces K12, WDIS and Colleges Memorialized All Existing Reports K12, WDIS and Colleges Completion of the Desired Architectural Design Conceptual Diagram of the New System
Data Modeling Efforts Logical Data Modeling K12, CCTCMIS, WDIS and EDW 1 Data Systems Representatives Meet Regularly to Model Existing Systems (Modeled so far – K12, CCTCMIS, WDIS) Validation of the Modeling Efforts have been Completed for K12 and WDIS Systems Colleges Validation will Resume Once Data Modeling Modifications are Complete Only Select Data from the EDW 1 will be Incorporated into the EDW 2 1 st Version of EDW 1 was based off of a selective extraction process; Only those components that were fully enveloped within the EDW will be re-used.
Release 1 Will Occur as a Pilot, with Production Implementation Shortly Thereafter Existing Record Formats and Transmission Methods will be supported during the Pilot and After Full Production Deployment Until A Point in Time is Reached for Appropriate Transition …. You liked that part didn’t you…?