Modeling and Visualization in Support of State Attainment Goals


01/31/2019 to 02/01/2019


Denver, CO


Grand Hyatt Denver

1750 Welton Street

Denver, CO 80202

United States

The second “Modeling and Visualization in Support of State Attainment Goals” Community of Practice convening will be held January 31 and February 1, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. This two-day meeting will provide an opportunity for state researchers and policy analysts to address shared challenges related to setting and supporting progress toward educational attainment goals. State teams will receive professional development and technical assistance regarding data modeling and visualization in support of those goals. The convening will include teams from 17 states, SHEEO staff, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation staff, and subject-matter experts from other national education policy organizations.


Related Presentations:

Attainment for What? States Need Workforce Data to Meet Postsecondary Attainment Goals (2019): Tania I. Garcia and Neil Ridley

Getting to the Attainment Goal: A Predictive Model Approach; Courtney Brown

Lighting the Burning Platform: Data Visualization to Support the Oregon Education Attainment Policy; Oregon Learns

Modeling Attainment in Virginia: Nate Johnson, Wendy Kang and Tod Massa

National Governors Association (NGA) Center for Best Practices: Amanda Winters

Racial Equity & Postsecondary Attainment: An Analysis of the States (2019); Wil Del Pilar and J. Oliver Schak

State Level Progress Metrics and Public Dashboards: Michael Vente

State-Level Accountability Metrics & Dashboards (2019): Malia Sieve

The Role of Certificates and Certifications in Attainment (2019): Tanya I. Garcia and Neil Ridley

Tracking the “Big Goal”: One State’s Approach to Certificate Attainment; Jeremy Kintzel