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Statewide Longitudinal Education Data System (SLED) Training
The Statewide Longitudinal Education Data System (SLED) is a single, comprehensive repository of student and education-related data needed to improve education planning, management, reporting, instruction and evaluation. The SLED will ensure that gathered data is easily available to those who need it, including students and parents, educators, researchers and others involved in education in the District. This program will help educators and education leaders make the decisions that will have the best possible effect on student outcomes through increased access to accurate data and the tools to analyze the data. There is an abundance of PK-12th grade public student level education data available through the SLED:
- Student Demographic and Enrollment Data Reporting by Ward, Grade, Gender, Race, Ethnicity, School, Local Education Agency (LEAs)
- School Mobility
- Ability to identify and report to LEAs students that are incorrectly enrolled at more than 1 school at the same time
- 6 years of DC Comprehensive Assessment System (DC CAS) test data
- 10 years of SAT, PSAT, AP and ACT data
- Special Education information
- 200,000+ Unique Student Identifiers
- Annual Enrollment Audit Data from 2001-Present
- Direct Certification to identify and report to schools those students that are categorically eligible to receive free meals
- Postsecondary Data from 2000-2011
There will be two Statewide Longitudinal Education Data System (SLED) Training sessions for LEAs. Please join us for the upcoming sessions to learn more!
Session I September 30, 2013, 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Session II October 8, 2013, 1:00-3:00 p.m.
To register for one of the sessions please send an email to SLED.firstname.lastname@example.org