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NEW MEXICO ACHIEVING COLLABORATIVE HEIGHTS IN EDUCATION VIA E-SYSTEMS (NM-ACHIEVES) NM Public Education Department NM Higher Education Department NM Children, Youth and Families Department NM Department of Workforce Solutions Presented to Department of Information Technology January 13, 2009 Slide 2 2 Project Overview Introduction Fundamental educational challenges remain in New Mexico, including: How to address critical achievement gaps How to track and demonstrate whether and how reforms and policies are making a difference. New Mexico is building a decision-making culture centered on research, access to information and transparency. Institute of Education Sciences (Department of Education) grant will fund development of statewide longitudinal data system, NM-ACHIEVeS. Objectives NM-ACHIEVeS will collect essential data elements from the states PreK, K-12, postsecondary and workforce databases to create a complete SLDS. Expand understanding of data relationships Report on information such as student progress and outcomes Enhance the services delivered to customers Project Goals: Improve data quality and consistency; Improve data access; Expand and enhance data reporting; Ensure appropriate user roles, security and access; and Expand statewide training for data use to support instruction and policy. Slide 3 3 Project Overview (contd) Slide 4 Institutional Support Development Team Secretary Veronica Garcia, PED Secretary Viola Flores, HED Data Warehouse Council Members Joel Nudi, PED Tyler Weldon, HED Beata Thorstensen, OEA Anya Dozier Enos, PED Veronica Chavez Newman, HED Scott Hughes, OEA Minerva Carrera, PED Robert Piro PED, Mahalakshmi Khalapiraan, HED Catherine Cross Maple, PED Frances Ramirez-Maestas, LESC Peter Winograd, Governors Office Jami Grindatto, Intel, IENM Jamai Blivin, IENM Key Points Three Year Project $20.0 Million Request The grants will be reviewed in February Awards announced end of April or early May, 2010 Slide 5 Veronica GarciaSecretary, PED Co-Chair Vi FlorezSecretary, HED Co- Chair Dorian DodsonSecretary, CYFD Ken OrtizSecretary, DWS Marlin MackeySecretary, DoIT Alfredo VigilSecretary, DOH Katie FallsSecretary, HSD Fred MondragonSecretary, EDD Peter WinogradOffice of the Governor Beata ThorstensenDFA/OEA Linda PaulSuperintendent, Aztec Mike GottliebSuperintendent, Roswell Karen CouchSuperintendent, Moriarity - Edgewood James FriesPresident, NMHU Carol SpenserPresident, San Juan CC Cedric PageDirector, UNM, Los Alamos Data Warehouse Council Slide 6 6 Planned Initiation Phase Accomplishments Phase Deliverables: Verify scope requirements. Coordinate needs with existing agency systems Begin research on reporting requirements Verify budget and ensured funding Begin to assign responsibilities to agencies. Address issues related to project allocation Agree high-level cross-agency budget & schedule Complete PMP and other management plans Initiate IV&V discussions with potential vendors Slide 7 Project Timeline Slide 8 8 Project Governance / Vision