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June 23 Research Agenda Subcommittee Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Rhegille Baltazar
42:17
Welcome to the June 23 Research Agenda Subcommittee Meeting. Today’s meeting will be recorded. This meeting will be recorded for transcription purposes. By attending the meeting, you are consenting to have your audio and video comments recorded.If you would like to access the meeting materials including the meeting agenda, please click on the Meeting Materials menu item under the June 23, 2020 heading on this page - https://cadatasystem.wested.org/meeting-information/research-agenda-subcommittee. Please note that the PowerPoint presentation will be available after the meeting.
Rhegille Baltazar
42:34
Please let me know if you have any public comment that you would like to offer at 10:35 am.
Rhegille Baltazar
42:51
Later this morning, we will have breakout sessions. For members of the public, if you would like to join one of the breakout rooms, please let me know and I will assign you to one of the following breakout sessions. If you do not choose, you will be assigned to a Zoom Guests breakout room.Group 1: DashboardGroup 2: Query BuilderGroup 3: Priority Areas for Research Studies
A: Jesse Rothstein
49:54
Is this a time for clarifying questions? Or should I hold off?
Rhegille Baltazar
50:55
Speaking: Jesse Rothstein, UC Berkeley
Rhegille Baltazar
52:56
Speaking: Tom Vu, AICCU
Rhegille Baltazar
54:18
Speaking: Dan Rounds, Department of Labor
Rhegille Baltazar
56:01
If you would like to access the meeting materials including the meeting agenda, please click on the Meeting Materials menu item under the June 23, 2020 heading on this page - https://cadatasystem.wested.org/meeting-information/research-agenda-subcommittee. Please note that the PowerPoint presentation will be available after the meeting.
A: Valerie Lundy-Wagner
57:08
I think we "can't" is subjective and political. I think other states figure this out.
A: Jesse Rothstein
57:28
I agree with Valerie. There are plenty of ways to do this.
Rhegille Baltazar
58:46
Speaking: Valerie Lundy-Wagner, CCCCO
Rhegille Baltazar
01:00:07
Speaking: Ben Allen, CDE
A: Ben Allen, California Department of Education
01:01:05
Thank you Kathy
Rhegille Baltazar
01:01:18
Speaking: Jesse Rothstein, UC Berkeley
A: Valerie Lundy-Wagner
01:01:51
Yes to what Jesse is sasying.
A: Valerie Lundy-Wagner
01:02:43
The legal committee is interpreting FERPA and HIPPA and that is limiting what we are being told are our options.
A: Valerie Lundy-Wagner
01:03:05
For serving the public's interest in terms of the research agenda.
A: Alyssa Nguyen
01:03:27
Hi Kathy, is there a mechanism for collecting questions from this committee for other committees?
A: Jennifer Schwartz
01:04:02
California also has specific state laws that strictly limit the use of identifying information. So, this is not just a FERPA and HIPAA issue but also what CA law allows.
Rhegille Baltazar
01:04:43
Speaking: Jennifer Schwartz, CHHS
Rhegille Baltazar
01:06:10
Speaking: Russell Rumberger, UC Santa Barbara
A: Valerie Lundy-Wagner
01:06:13
Seems like what would be helpful is some documentation about what we can/can't do within the HIPPA, FERPA, and other state laws and how that would impact the research agenda and data availability.
A: Valerie Lundy-Wagner
01:06:28
My sense is that the advocacy community would love to know and understand this.
A: Jesse Rothstein
01:06:47
I don’t want to pull this meeting too much farther off its agenda. But Kathy, you keep saying that our dataset will be more comprehensive than other states. I’d be very interested to hear how it will be more comprehensive than what, say, Rhode Island or South Carolina have put together.
A: Valerie Lundy-Wagner
01:07:18
Oh. Yes, that seems helpful/relevant.
A: Abraham Cicchetti
01:07:27
Can we see examples of other state data?
Rhegille Baltazar
01:07:43
Speaking: Jennifer Schwartz, CHHS
A: Jesse Rothstein
01:09:21
If it is the social services data that is the barrier, would there be an option to maintain a linked subset of the data that doesn’t include, say, mental health records. You could then use this very complex, difficult process for the few projects that require the mental health data, but projects that just use K-12/postsecondary/labor market data wouldn’t need to go through that process.
Rhegille Baltazar
01:16:32
Speaking: Dan Rounds, Department of Labor
Rhegille Baltazar
01:18:14
Speaking: Jennifer Schwartz, CHHS
Rhegille Baltazar
01:21:18
Speaking: Russ Rumberger, UC Santa Barbara
A: Muhammad Akhtar
01:21:51
who is managing entity?
Cameron Sublett
01:23:59
Russ, here's how Connecticut does it:
Cameron Sublett
01:24:00
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=c6D_8qisXyA&feature=emb_logo
Rhegille Baltazar
01:25:20
Speaking: Jesse Rothstein, UC Berkeley
Rhegille Baltazar
01:35:55
Speaking: Dan Rounds, Department of Labor
A: Tom Vu
01:36:32
I have to jump off for another meeting for a little bit. Will be back soon.
Rhegille Baltazar
01:48:30
At 11:00 AM, we will have breakout sessions. For members of the public, if you would like to join one of the breakout rooms, please let me know and I will assign you to one of the following breakout sessions. If you do not choose, you will be assigned to a Zoom Guests breakout room.Group 1: DashboardGroup 2: Query BuilderGroup 3: Priority Areas for Research Studies
Rhegille Baltazar
01:49:29
If you would like to access the meeting materials including the background paper, please click on the Meeting Materials menu item under the June 23, 2020 heading on this page - https://cadatasystem.wested.org/meeting-information/research-agenda-subcommittee. Please note that the PowerPoint presentation will be available after the meeting.
Rhegille Baltazar
01:51:13
Speaking: Jonathan Isler, CDE
Rhegille Baltazar
01:52:03
Speaking: Dan Rounds, Department of Labor
A: Alyssa Nguyen
01:53:06
Financial aid types (e.g., federal, state, local)
Patrick Perry
01:54:23
Fin Aid types/amounts awarded, crossed by EFC/income bands differentiated by need or merit
Cameron Sublett
01:55:01
“College access, completion, and long-term effects of access to state financial aid”
A: Alyssa Nguyen
01:55:02
does access/receipt vary by student characteristics (to understand who is accessing what) and are there differential outcomes of types of aid on student progress/completion measures?
A: Alyssa Nguyen
01:55:34
Is there a relationship between amounts/types with student outcomes/
A: Alyssa Nguyen
01:55:36
?
Rhegille Baltazar
02:40:56
Speaking: Amy Fong, CSIS
Rhegille Baltazar
02:42:12
Speaking: Tine Sloan, CTC
Edward Sullivan
02:43:44
distance from home in urban setting may be misleading 25 mi distance could be a 3hr ride each way by mass transit... consider commute shed too
Rachel Antrobus
02:44:30
Good point, Edward
Cameron Sublett
02:44:53
Rural settings as well! Mountains, snow etc
Rhegille Baltazar
02:45:33
Speaking: Dan Rounds, Department of Labor
Rhegille Baltazar
02:48:20
Speaking: Tine Sloan, CTC
Ryan Fuller
02:48:37
And the ability to see change in industry of employment over time (ie 1 year out, 3 years out, 5 etc.)
A: Alyssa Nguyen
02:48:53
Can we get a reminder on the key policy question with Financial Aid again please?
Rhegille Baltazar
02:50:26
Speaking: Nathan Evans, CSU
Rhegille Baltazar
02:53:22
Speaking: Valerie Lundy-Wagner, CCCCO
Rhegille Baltazar
02:55:41
Speaking: Jesse Rothstein, UC Berkeley
Rhegille Baltazar
03:00:24
Speaking: Valerie Lundy-Wagner, CCCCO
Edward Sullivan
03:01:44
good point... migration may need to be part of the vision... cumulative financial aid across or within segment
A: Alyssa Nguyen
03:02:29
Do we even know what the average aid per student who completes is?
A: Alyssa Nguyen
03:02:55
average aid received to complete their degree
A: Alyssa Nguyen
03:03:34
vs. noncompleters
Tom Vu
03:04:00
i’m sure each institution knows how much—on average—each student at that institution receives. this info exists, but it needs to compiled and compared against other institutions/sector.
A: Tongshan Chang
03:04:04
UC has this information.
Edward Sullivan
03:04:32
aid burn rate... does aid exhaust before credential or degrees earned
A: Alyssa Nguyen
03:09:01
thank you!