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Wednesday, May 20 • 11:15am - 12:00pm
Sharing the Responsibility: Student Data Governance

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​The increased need to collect and store learning data and analytics enabled by the implementation of digital products using standards such as LTI, One Roster, and QTI, which assist with data flow and system interoperability, has created the need for more refined data management and protection practices in K-12 education. Proactive data governance is necessary to ensure confidentiality, integrity, accessibility, availability, and quality of the data that can now be collected. Clearly outlining policies, standard procedures, responsibilities, and controls surrounding data activities, a data governance program helps to ensure that information is collected, maintained, used, and disseminated in accurate and appropriate ways. Gain a high-level understanding about how the country's 25th largest school systems, Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS), is collaboratively and strategically crafting Student Data Governance practices in order improve the management of student data.​​​

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Jeanne Imbriale

Director, Baltimore County Public Schools
As Director of the Office of Enterprise Applications for the 25th largest school district in the country, Jeanne Imbriale’s focus is on optimizing the use of technology to improve learning for its 111,000 students. This includes leading the development of system solutions for all... Read More →
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David Stovenour

Director, Digital Safety and Innovation, Baltimore County Public Schools

Jim Corns

Executive Director, Baltimore County Public Schools

Wednesday May 20, 2020 11:15am - 12:00pm MDT