WSWHE Data Conference 2012

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Here are our Slides from the Data Conference last Thursday. They highlight the public data tools we have developed using demographic, financial, and performance data.

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WSWHE Data Conference 2012

  1. 1. MAKING DATA OPEN & USEFUL: PROVIDINGENHANCED ACCESS TO PUBLIC DATA TO FACILITATE BETTER LOCAL DECISIONMAKING J. Morgan1, J.W. Sipple2, J. Vink2 1 Spencer-Van Etten Central School District 2 Cornell University jmorgan@svecsd.org, jsipple@cornell.edu, jkv3@cornell.edu
  2. 2. Trying to identify, discuss, and study the unique assets and liabilities found in rural schools and the communities they serve. Building Connections, Capacity, and Knowledge Data Tools developed & available for analysis and planninghttp://NYRuralSchools.orgPartner with Rural Schools Association of NYS
  3. 3. Today’s talk• Context – Data storage, use, and New York State• Problem - Lack of ‘open’ data and fruitful use• Innovation - RESTful service and simple tools• Next Steps - Add data, APIs, motivate developers and demo for government agencies.
  4. 4. Problem: Typical in NY …
  5. 5. CurrentFuture??
  6. 6. Mapping
  7. 7. Demography
  8. 8. Enrollment Patterns
  9. 9. Budget Scenarios
  10. 10. iPad App
  11. 11. Contact InfoJohn W. Sipple Joe MorganDept. of Development Sociology SuperintendentCornell University Spencer-Van Etten NYC Center for Rural Schools http://NYRuralSchools.orgjsipple@cornell.edu, JMORGAN@svecsd.org

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