Data Summit

2023 Data Summit Webinar Series

October 3, 2023 – October 25, 2023
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Registration

Presentations: https://www.hawaiidxp.org/2023-data-summit-registration/

Workshops: https://www.hawaiidxp.org/2023-data-summit-workshop-registration/

Workshops have limited capacity and must be registered for separately.

Schedule

DateTimeSession Topics
October 3, 20239:00am – 10:00am
1:00pm – 2:15pm
Opening Presentation
Workshop: Publicly Available Data Resources
October 4, 20239:00am – 10:00amEarly Childhood
October 11, 20239:00am – 10:00amK-12
October 18, 20239:00am – 10:00amPostsecondary
October 25, 20239:00am – 10:00am
1:00pm – 2:30pm
Workforce
Workshop: Mathematics Achievement

Presentations

October 3, 2023: Opening Presentation

Hawaiʻi Graduates for Hawai‘i’s Future

In 2022, the Hawaiʻi P-20 Council, composed of education, business, and community leaders, developed the statewide goal “Hawaiʻi’s Graduates for Hawaiʻi’s Future” to align the education pipeline to Hawaiʻi’s workforce needs. This session will present an overview of sector specific equity goals under Hawaiʻi Graduates for Hawaiʻi’s Future and the metrics that will track students’ progress towards those goals. The Hawaiʻi State Department of Education and University of Hawaiʻi will preview some of their sector’s metrics and discuss how data will guide each agency in improving Hawaiʻi’s Graduates’ outcomes.

Speakers:

  • Presenter Image - Stephen Schatz

    Stephen Schatz

    Hawaiʻi P-20 Partnerships for Education
    Executive DirectorKara Plamann Wagoner

  • Presenter Image - Tammi Oyadomari-Chun

    Tammi Oyadomari-Chun

    Hawaiʻi State Department of Education
    Deputy Superintendent

  • Presenter Image - Kara PlamannWagoner

    Kara Plamann Wagoner

    University of Hawaiʻi
    Institutional Research, Analysis, and Planning Office Director

October 3, 2023: Workshop

Publicly Available Hawaiʻi DXP Data – Where to Find Them and How to Use Them

Join us in navigating publicly available data on the Hawaiʻi DXP websites. We will provide an overview of useful resources to help participants meet various data needs. The goal of this session is to support participants in taking action using data to improve educational outcomes.

Speakers:

  • Sela ʻUnga

    Hawaiʻi P-20 Partnerships for Education
    Institutional Analyst

  • Keli Houston

    Hawaiʻi P-20 Partnerships for Education
    Institutional Analyst

October 4, 2023: Early Childhood

Data Symphony

With the goal of achieving collective success, how do we create our concord of data to produce our elaborate composition?

The people who nurture children are the most important people in our profession. This session will discuss the early childhood workforce, the data that exists, and the need to expand our data sets. Doing so will enable us to make informed decisions so we are always able to serve the children of Hawaiʻi.

Speakers:

  • Presenter Image - Yuuko Arikawa-Cross

    Yuuko Arikawa-Cross

    Executive Office on Early Learning
    Director

October 11, 2023: K-12

Moving the Needle: Effective Uses of Data in Evolving and Growing Hawaiʻi’s Early College Program

Since the inception of the Early College program in Hawaiʻi, data has been critical to program design and improvement efforts and partnership discussions between the Hawaiʻi State Department of Education, University of Hawaiʻi System, and Hawaiʻi P-20 Partnerships for Education. This session will highlight key examples of Early College “data in action,” including initial program design, use of program outcomes to secure legislative funding, strategic planning efforts, and promoting equitable program access and student success.  Presenters will share sample data reports that are annually provided to high school and UH campus partners, as well as examples of how program data has spurred reflection, dialogue, and improvements.

Speakers:

  • Presenter Image - Wendi Vincent

    Wendi Vincent

    Hawaiʻi State Department of Education
    Career Readiness Section Interim Administrator

  • Presenter Image - Nicole Atwood

    Nicole Atwood

    Hawaiʻi P-20 Partnerships for Education
    Early College Program Director

October 18, 2023: Postsecondary

UHCC: Using Data to Help Meet Statewide Workforce Needs

The University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges (UHCC) play a critical role in preparing students for living wage, in demand jobs in the state of Hawaiʻi. With the support of federal grants, the UHCC has developed the Good Jobs Hawaiʻi initiative to offer short-term training in Healthcare, Technology, and Skilled Trades. Learn about how this exciting project uses new and existing data to improve the ways the UHCCs partner with local industries to meet statewide workforce needs.

Speakers:

  • Presenter Image - Dan Doeger

    Dan Doerger

    University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges
    Director of Workforce Innovation

  • Presenter Image - Nicolette Van der lee

    Nicolette Van der lee

    University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges
    Hana Career Pathways Program Manager

October 25, 2023: Workforce

How Sector Partnerships Have Utilized Data for Decision Making and Employer Engagement

Industry, K-12, and Higher Education are collaborating in new and impactful ways to put Hawaiʻi’s young people onto career pathways into in-demand, high wage careers. This work is happening in Sector Partnerships, employer-led collaboratives that are focused on industry-specific Kindergarten-to-Career Pathway projects. Learn how labor market data and employer qualitative data play a pivotal role in this talent development work and get a glimpse into the metrics being used to measure success and impact.

Speakers:

  • Presenter Image - Keala Peters

    Keala Peters

    Chamber of Commerce Hawaiʻi
    Executive Vice President, Education & Workforce Development

  • Presenter Image - Anna Pacheco

    Anna Pacheco

    SMS Research
    Vice President

October 25, 2023: Workshop

Mathematics Achievement through Hawaiʻi’s Education Pipeline

Hawaiʻi P-20 Partnerships for Education and the Hawaiʻi State Department of Education (HIDOE) recently collaborated with other subject matter experts to better understand Hawaiʻi’s student math outcomes and predictors of those outcomes throughout the education to workforce pipeline. This session will discuss several key transition points along the pipeline through an equity-focused lens; include an overview of the goals that can support Hawaiʻi in addressing persistent inequities in mathematics performance; and engage participants in sharing strategies and suggestions of how to take action by using data.

Speakers:

  • Presenter Image - Diane Yoshimura

    Diane Yoshimura

    Hawaiʻi State Department of Education
    Data Governance and Analysis Branch Institutional Analyst

  • Presenter Image - Alex Matsunami

    Alex Matsunami

    Hawaiʻi State Department of Education
    Data Governance and Analysis Branch Decision Support Specialist

  • Keli Houston

    Hawaiʻi P-20 Partnerships for Education
    Institutional Analyst

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