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1 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E From Data to Research Briefs: The Process, Challenges, and Findings Vivien Chen Education Research & Data Center (ERDC), Office of Financial Management May 21, 2014

2 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E DEL: Dept of Early Learning DOC: Dept of Corrections DSHS: Dept of Social and Health Services WSAC – Washington Student Achievement Council L&I: Labor and Industries OSPI: Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction PCHEES: Public Centralized Higher Education Enrollment System SBCTC: State Board for Community and Technical Colleges WTECB: Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board Washington P20W data P-20W Information For Parents, Teachers, Administrators, Planners, Policy-Makers, Researchers Routine Reports, Research Briefs, Ad Hoc Analyses, Research Datasets Employment Security Industry, Hours, Earnings WTECB Career schools, Non-credit Workforce Programs L&I State Apprenticeships PCHEES Students, Courses, Degrees, Majors OSPI P-12 Students, Courses, Graduation, Teachers DEL ECEAP, Child Care, Providers DSHS Social Service Program Participants WSAC Financial Aid DOC Inmate Education SBCTC Students, Courses, Degrees, Majors

3 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Longitudinal perspective of data analytics

4 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Initiate a data-driven decision making process

5 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E  ERDC research briefs under AARA SLDS grant Who leave teaching and where do they go? Postsecondary education enrollment patterns Early childhood program participation and K-12 Outcomes Washington Eighth Graders’ Educational and Employment Trajectories Washington teachers and their schools (temporary title) (http://erdc.wa.gov/briefs/ ) What we have been through

6 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E The process

7 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Data used BriefData source sector Early learning K12Higher edWorkforceOthers WA public Private/ Out-state Postsecondary enrollmentXXX Early learningXX 8th grader longitudinalXXXDOC Teacher and schoolX

8 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Postsecondary education enrollment patterns  Cohort of study: high school graduates  Tracking length: through (5 years)  Datasets: OSPI P-210, SBCTC, PCHEES, National Student Clearinghouse (NSC)

9 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Total (column %) No EnrollmentEnrollment 2-Year Institution Enrollment 4-Year Institution Count (column %) % Count (column %) % Count (column %) % Total60,70317, %23, %19, % Postsecondary education enrollment patterns - Finding #1: 70% of High School Grads attend Post-Secondary

10 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Postsecondary education enrollment patterns - Finding #2: Two out of every three Grads attend only 1 institution, and 27% 2 institutions

11 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Postsecondary education enrollment patterns - Finding #3: 76% of Grads attend Post-secondary institutions in home state, 15% exclusively out-of-state, and 9% back and forth

12 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Postsecondary education enrollment patterns - Finding # 4: Majority of students stay in institution and 2-year promote up to 4-year

13 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Postsecondary education enrollment patterns: the process and challenges Inconsistent data availability across data sources Communication and understanding

14 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Early childhood program participation and K-12 outcomes  Cohort of study: Children (most were 4-5 years old) who participated in ECEAP in the school year (2004 program year)  Tracking length: The ECEAP children are followed through 3 rd grade (about 4-5 years)  Datasets: DEL ECEAP program participants file, OSPI CSRS & state assessments

15 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E 2004 ECEAP children and K12 Linkage ECEAP Program year ECEAP Children (# of children in DEL ECEAP file) ECEAP Children Linked to K12 % Linked 2004 ( )6,8825,93487% Early childhood program participation and K-12 outcomes - Finding #1: 87% of ECEAP students can be linked to WA Public K12 system

16 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Early childhood program participation and K-12 outcomes - Finding #2: Of the ECEAP children who could be linked to K-12, 85% enroll in 3rd grade in the expected year

17 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Early childhood program participation and K-12 outcomes - Finding #3: For ECEAP children,74% of the age 4+ and 70% of the age <4 went directly to kindergarten and stayed continuously enrolled without being retained through 3 rd grade.

18 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Early childhood program participation and K-12 outcomes - Finding #4: 73% of the ECEAP children attended more than one school between the grades of kindergarten and 3 rd grade.

19 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Early childhood program participation and K-12 outcomes: The process and challenges  Communications to align research outcomes  Data mining is time consuming  Adjust research plan to meet deadline

20 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E WA eighth grader’s educational and employment trajectories  Cohort of study: 8 th graders enrolling in school year  Tracking length: through (8 years)  Datasets: OSPI P-210 & CSRS, SBCTC (including GED), PCHEES, UI Wage, Department of Correction records (DOC)

21 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E WA 8th grader’s educational and employment trajectories - Finding #1: 63% of 8th graders graduated from high school, 31% transferred out, and 5% dropped out NOTE: This does not represent a graduation rate. Washington State’s graduation rate is 73.5% for the class of 2010.

22 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E All cohortGraduateDropoutTransfer Continuous enrollment62%75%38%48% Dropout and transfer1%0%6%2% Ever dropout1%0%5%1% Ever transfer35%24%50%47% Others1% 2% Total100% Percent distribution of prior K12 enrollment patterns, by high school outcome WA 8th grader’s educational and employment trajectories - Finding #2: Before dropping out of high school, 50% of students who dropped out ever transferred and only 38% continuously enrolled

23 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Workforce outcomes for high school graduates, by postsecondary education status High School GraduatesCTC EnrolleesCTC Degree Recipients Enrolled 4-Year Enrolled CTC No Postsec With CTC Degree No CTC Degree Before Completion After Completion Median Annual Earnings$3,518$5,031$4,413$5,076$4,771$4,378$6,121 Median Hours Worked/Year WA 8th grader’s educational and employment trajectories - Finding #3: CTC degree completers earned higher median annual income than those enrolled without completing; CTC degree recipients earn more income after they received degree

24 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Workforce outcomes for eighth grade cohort members who dropped out All DropoutsGED Credential Recipients Without GED Credential With GED Credential Before GED Completion After GED Completion Median Annual Earnings$4,195$4,219$2,626$5,350 Median Hours Worked/Year WA 8th grader’s educational and employment trajectories - Finding #4: GED recipients’ median annual income double after they receive GED credential

25 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Participation in K-12 programs and GED credential completion status prior to incarceration for students who dropped out and were incarcerated in a DOC facility (Note: 6% of 8 th graders who dropped out were in DOC facility; the proportion distributions for total eighth grader cohort are in parentheses) WA 8th grader’s educational and employment trajectories - Finding #5: Among those who dropped out and were in a DOC facility, 42% received a GED credential, 57% eligible for FRPL, and 21% in special education

26 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E (Source: WA eighth grader’s educational and employment trajectories: The process and challenges Linking across multiple datasets Data mining Comparing results with other agency reports Communication with partner agencies Sensitivity of dropout and DOC study

27 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Washington teacher and school characteristics (forthcoming)  Cohort of study: Teachers who worked in WA public K12 schools in through (4 cohorts of teachers)  Tracking length: through (8 years)  Datasets: OSPI SLDS staff tables, OSPI school and district characteristics from

28 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E Washington teacher and school characteristics: The process and challenges  Using SLDS data is a new experience  Finding the keys to link across data tables  Identifying schools that teachers actually served  Simplicity is sometimes hard to do

29 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E  Expanded understanding of the variation in students’ outcomes  High quality linking and identity matching is the key  SSNs are necessary to link education and employment data  Descriptive analyses provide baseline overview for more research  Data capacity for further analysis to inform cause-effect association Lessons learned from these 4 briefs

30 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E  Legal  Data quality  Timeliness  Build strong Partnerships  Leverage of the expertise  Benefit from the successes of others P-20W data use: Challenges and lessons learned

31 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E  Feedback Reports P20 for K12 reports – P20 for CTC and Baccalaureate institutions in development  Research Briefs—  Recently-Asked Questions ERDC/P-20W research and reporting deliverables

32 W ASHINGTON S TATE E DUCATION R ESEARCH & D ATA C ENTER, O FFICE OF F INANCIAL M ANAGEMENT ERDC Conference May 21, 2014 ERDC Conference | May 21, 2014 G OVERNOR J AY I NSLE E C ONTACTS Education Research & Data Center (ERDC) P.O. Box Olympia, WA Vivien Chen Contacts


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