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June 29, 2020

Happening Tomorrow: Collaborating To Support Education Research, 2:00 pm EDT—Register Now

Note this event tomorrow that may be of interest to some research-focused readers.

Collaborating to Support Education Research


Please join the Statewide Longitudinal
Data Systems (SLDS) program at
the National Center for Educational
Statistics, and the American Educational
Research Association (AERA) for an
important one-hour webinar

This one-hour webinar aims to foster collaboration with education
researchers in using SLDS. The webinar will feature states that have
established research partnerships to address key education issues.
You will hear how and why the partnerships were formed, what research
topics are addressed, and how data are shared to support the research.
Time will be reserved for questions and answers.

INTRODUCTION

FELICE J. LEVINE, AERA Executive Director

NANCY SHARKEY, Senior Program Officer,
National Center for Education Statistics
 

STATE PRESENTERS

KENTUCKY
JESSICA CUNNINGHAM
Education Cabinet

 
SCOTT SECAMIGLIO
Education Cabinet

 
RAJEEV DAROLIA
Martin School at the
University of Kentucky


GENIA TOMA
Martin School at the
University of Kentucky

WISCONSIN
CARL B. FREDERICK
Wisconsin Department
of Public Instruction

 
ERIC GRODSKY
Wisconsin Center for
Education Research

 

TENNESSEE
KEVIN SCHAAF
Tennessee
Department
of Education

 
MATT RONFELDT
Research Partner

 

Q&A MODERATOR
KATHY GOSA, SLDS State Support Team

WRAP UP AND FINAL WORD
NANCY SHARKEY, NCES, and FELICE J. LEVINE, AERA

ASL and captioning provided.

Register Here

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