Start with one LEA that has a data governance problem. Each IU should identify the LEA that will participate by sharing and discussing a data governance dilemma that they’re facing (make sure the selected LEA comes prepared with talking points about the issue). This LEA should be prepared to answer questions from the rest of the LEAs that attend the DQN Meeting as well.
Problem: give the selected LEA five minutes to explain their problem to the rest of the LEAs, providing as much information as they can (what is the main issue, how it came about, and who are the parties involved).
No formal Data Governance Committee – where do we start?
We have a Data Governance Committee – how do I get involved or make issues known?
How does the Data Governance Committee remain transparent, so everyone involved understands how and why decisions are made? How can we show the value that data governance brings and encourage engagement from those involved and support from those outside of the committee?
How can we avoid data gaps? If there is a new collection added by PDE, how do we (PIMS Administrators) know where to go for that information?
Clarification: allow the rest of the LEAs five minutes to ask clarifying questions about the problem.
Solution: allow five more minutes for those LEAs to propose and discuss potential solutions to the problem (the LEA with the “problem” must remain quiet during this segment).
Four IUs will be selected to share a 1 to 2 minute summary of the discussion and potential solutions. The IU POC will share their conversations with everyone participating at the DQN Meeting across the state.
10:00 - 10:15 [VC] Questions & Answers
10:15 - 10:25 [VC] Data Governance Award of Excellence Committee