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CETPA 2019 - What’s Your Data Worth This presentation highlights several of the high stakes ways data are being used and how you can impact the quality and accuracy of those data to maximize funding, insure student and school performance are accurately reflected, and direct the use of limited resources. Updated: 12/5/2019
Quality Engineering for Software that Works Quality isn’t something that you check after the software has been developed. It starts at the beginning and is “baked in” every step of the way. In this session, we share our QA team’s progress in adopting practices, tools, and techniques to ensure high-quality software application releases. You will learn about testing automation, tooling, metrics and measurement, test team leadership, and the role of testing within an Agile software development workflow. Updated: 10/7/2019
Work-Based Learning (WBLR) Data Population Training PowerPoint v1.1 This course provides an overview of Work-Based Learning program purpose and a review of the data submission. It looks at the data population in detail and examines the field specifications and valid codes . It also covers some of the conditional edits that are applied to different data elements. 11/24/2020
Fall 1 Advanced Training PowerPoint Presentation with Notes v1.5 This presentation provides details on changes related to Fall 1 Reporting and Certification. This is for staff who have experienced the Fall 1 certification process previously and would like a refresher. 10/26/2020
SSID Anomalies Training PowerPoint Presentation v1.0 This presentation provides an overview of the anomaly process and detailed instruction for reviewing and resolving SSID anomalies. 10/19/2020
Better Data. Better Schools. As educational leaders, we know this: high quality data is foundational to better decisions. The increasing growth and importance of data necessitates a thorough examination of our systems and practices to help make schools better. Updated: 10/7/2019