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Firewalled Analytical Tools: Children’s Data Network/CORE (CDN/CORE) - Shared screen with speaker view
Jimi Gilroy
00:37:10
Thank you for joining us for today’s Firewalled Analytical Tools Webinar. You will be muted upon entry and you can unmute yourself by clicking on the microphone or phone icon next to your name. 

You can find the PowerPoint and other materials for this presentation here- https://wested.ent.box.com/folder/109760180248
Jimi Gilroy
44:04
We have asked the members of the Policy & Analytics Advisory Group and the Practice & Operations Advisory Group to evaluate the tools presented in the webinars to provide their input to the Workgroup on the types of tools that should be developed in the first phase of the state data system. At our April 29, 2020 meeting, Workgroup members will be providing their agency’s viewpoint on each of the tools. We also invite the public, educators, and health and social service providers to weigh in on these possible tools by completing this survey - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZZRHBPM (the survey will be open through April 28, 2020). In addition, each webinar, as well as all upcoming meetings, have opportunities for public comment. You can also complete our public comment form or email your comments to Jimi Gilroy at jgilroy@wested.org.
Jimi Gilroy
46:55
1. You can contact Noah Bookman, Executive Director, CORE Districts at noah@coredistricts.org if you would like more information.
Luis Enrique Flores
47:34
This is a very cool dashboard!
Carolyn
47:45
Does the CORE Dashboard align to the CDE Dashboard factors and measures? Who has access to the CORE Dashboard?
Monica Malhotra
51:06
What is the front end tool being used for visualization?
Susan Savage
52:06
What is the FTE (cost) required to develop, maintain, etc. this system?
Jimi Gilroy
52:32
You can contact Noah Bookman, Executive Director, CORE Districts at noah@coredistricts.org if you would like more information.
Russell Rumberger
52:45
Does the data tools at the student level integreate with CaliforniaColleges.edu?
Luis Enrique Flores
59:26
is there a resource list that have all these handy links?
Kathy Booth
01:00:14
The background paper for the April Workgroup meeting covers all of the tools in the webinars, with the exception of the one being demoed right now.
Luis Enrique Flores
01:01:01
Thanks @Kathy
Jimi Gilroy
01:01:05
All of the resources can be found on our website.
Kathy Booth
01:01:16
You can access the workgroup paper here: https://cadatasystem.wested.org/meeting-information/workgroup
Jimi Gilroy
01:02:34
You can access our website with this link - https://cadatasystem.wested.org/
Jimi Gilroy
01:03:06
You can contact NCES Data Lab (Robin Henke, Senior Program Manager, RTI, and Stephanie Nevill, Director of Data Management and Analysis, RTI) at rrhenke@rti.org and snevill@rti.org
Jimi Gilroy
01:03:28
Correction: NCES DataLab
Jimi Gilroy
01:03:48
You can find the PowerPoint and other materials for this presentation here- https://wested.ent.box.com/folder/109760180248
Magali Kincaid
01:06:39
Hello, can you share how your data works with other state’s longitudinal data systems?
Liz Guillen
01:06:41
Just to clarify Stephanie's response: students' use of the tool tends to be for their own study, not personal, correct?
Liz Guillen
01:07:03
That is, not "personal decision making."
Carolyn
01:07:26
I'm sorry if I missed this, but which students' data is included in Datalab? California-specific or others?
Liz Guillen
01:09:02
Now, I'm really confused. What is "not administrative data?'
Kathy Booth
01:11:00
Administrative data comes from state agencies that gets reported from the institutions at a student level. The information that NCES is using comes from surveys filled out by institutions that provides more summary data. So the value of looking at NCES' data system is the way they chose to give access to the information--namely allowing users to build their own queries. This could be replicated using administrative data in California, with appropriate cell size suppression to keep student identities secure.
Liz Guillen
01:11:46
I see, thanks for that response!
Robin Henke
01:13:03
Thanks, Kathy--I’ll add that the surveys are completed by lots of different respondents: students, teachers, principals, parents, as well as institutions, districts, and schools. As Kathy said, the source of the data isn’t really the issue—the tool could be used for any type of data.
Jimi Gilroy
01:14:26
You can contact NCES DataLab (Robin Henke, Senior Program Manager, RTI, and Stephanie Nevill, Director of Data Management and Analysis, RTI) at rrhenke@rti.org and snevill@rti.org
Susan Savage
01:17:54
Linking across client records to ensure de-duplication is incredibly complex and cannot be understated as a foundation to a future system. CDN is an industry leader in this. Education systems are well versed when they can use SSID, but other systems are challenged when their data are included in larger data systems.
Susan Savage
01:22:29
Opportunities for non-university researchers?
Jimi Gilroy
01:23:42
You can contact Children’s Data Network (CDN) (Emily Putnam-Hornstein, Director, CDN, and Adam Dondro, Agency Chief Information Officer, California Health and Human Services Agency) at Adam.Dondro@chhsaio.ca.gov and ehornste@usc.eduEmily Putnam-Hornstein from CDN wanted to share this Health Affairs article that was just published. This gives a high-level overview of the linkages and RDH plans - https://www.healthaffairs.org/doi/pdf/10.1377/hlthaff.2019.01752
Jimi Gilroy
01:25:08
You are welcome to join our other webinars or look at the meeting material. The information for the California Data System Webinar Series can be found on our website -https://cadatasystem.wested.org/meeting-information/webinar-series
Liz Guillen
01:25:09
Big question: do employers, IHEs have access to this data, especially around use of services.
Craig Hayward
01:26:01
My screen has gone blank...anyone else having that issue?
Su Jin Jez
01:26:16
Me, too. I thought it was just me!
Monica Malhotra
01:26:18
same here
Winnie Li
01:26:26
Thank you, Emily and Adam. This is very helpful. So at the end of the day for each case, your linkage key has a predicted probability attached to it? e.g. case XXX has a probability of 82% to be linked to case YYY?
Jimi Gilroy
01:27:03
Sorry to hear about technical issue. The display is working on our end.
Craig Hayward
01:28:00
It was during the last segment of Emily's screen sharing, Jimi. Can see the participant matrix now.
Susan Savage
01:28:33
Given the movement of ECE programs in CDE to HHS, the possibility of including Early Childhood may be hopeful?
Carolyn
01:28:40
When the record-level data is connected to a specific client, is a unique identifier attached to that client and that identifier shared between each of the client server agencies. In other words, do each of the agencies then have the same unique identifier for the client.
Channa Hewawickrama
01:31:15
is this a longitudinal (vertical) data integration or a horizontal integration?
Jimi Gilroy
01:31:56
Emily Putnam-Hornstein from CDN wanted to share this Health Affairs article that was just published. This gives a high-level overview of the linkages and RDH plans - https://www.healthaffairs.org/doi/pdf/10.1377/hlthaff.2019.01752
Jimi Gilroy
01:33:37
Thank you for joining us for today’s Firewalled Analytical Tools Webinar. The webinar will end shortly. Please type any questions in the chat and we will reach out to the facilitator with any questions that we were unable to answer on the webinar.
Jimi Gilroy
01:34:04
We will stay on for another 5-10 minutes to respond to any questions that you still have.
Jimi Gilroy
01:34:16
We have asked the members of the Policy & Analytics Advisory Group and the Practice & Operations Advisory Group to evaluate the tools presented in the webinars to provide their input to the Workgroup on the types of tools that should be developed in the first phase of the state data system. At our April 29, 2020 meeting, Workgroup members will be providing their agency’s viewpoint on each of the tools. We also invite the public, educators, and health and social service providers to weigh in on these possible tools by completing this survey - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZZRHBPM (the survey will be open through April 28, 2020). In addition, each webinar, as well as all upcoming meetings, have opportunities for public comment. You can also complete our public comment form or email your comments to Jimi Gilroy at jgilroy@wested.org.
Carolyn
01:36:18
Who was the presenter for CHHS Data Hb
Carolyn
01:36:21
Hub
Jimi Gilroy
01:37:08
You can contact Children’s Data Network (CDN) (Emily Putnam-Hornstein, Director, CDN, and Adam Dondro, Agency Chief Information Officer, California Health and Human Services Agency) at Adam.Dondro@chhsaio.ca.gov and ehornste@usc.edu