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Wednesday, April 4 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Strengthening Data Linkages between K-12 and the Workforce

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How can states use data to hold schools accountable for student success, target resources to programs in need of support and build an evidence base to make the case for CTE? The first step is to establish data linkages and ensure that data are high quality. This session, led by the Workforce Data Quality Campaign and the Data Quality Campaign, will unpack recommendations and strategies to improve the quality and use of K-12 and workforce data. Participants will also hear how state leaders in Kentucky are using data to drive student success and career readiness.

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Laura Arnold

Associate Commissioner, Kentucky Department of Education
Ms. Arnold is the Associate Commissioner for the Office of Career and Technical Education.  She assumed these duties in September 2015.  Prior to this role, she served as a Division Director and Branch Manager for the Office of Career and Technical Education. She was an area technology... Read More →
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Elizabeth Dabney

Director for Research and Policy Analysis, Data Quality Campaign
Elizabeth Dabney is the Director for Research and Policy Analysis at the Data Quality Campaign. Sheleads DQC’s research and policy analysis work in support of the organization’s goal to help ensure success for all students through access to and meaningful use of high-quality data... Read More →
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Jenna Leventoff

Policy Analyst, Workforce Data Quality Campaign
Jenna Leventoff is a Policy Analyst for WDQC. She leads WDQC's state policyadvocacy, offers technical assistance on state data system development anduse, and researches best practices.Before joining WDQC in 2015, Jenna was an Associate at Upturn, where sheanalyzed the civil rights... Read More →

Wednesday April 4, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm

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