Data interoperability requires the integration of disparate and siloed data sources to provide a common, comprehensive understanding of student and school performance. When executed successfully, interoperability ensures that administrators, educators, students, and families have timely access to all data – including visualizations and analytics – that are needed to support instructional and operational decisions.
There are several common challenges encountered when implementing data interoperability across a K12 organization. Data Interoperability in Complex Systems will dive into real-life experiences, challenges, and successes in addition to providing a common understanding of data interoperability. This webinar will provide insights into building a successful strategy for interoperability and answer questions like…
What is data interoperability?
How do we overcome commonly encountered barriers to interoperability success?
How have other educational institutions achieved data interoperability?
What does a CIO or similar role need to do to achieve interoperability?
What does the future of data look like in K12 education?
CIO, Boston Public Schools
Mark leads the Office of Instructional and Information Technology, where he is responsible for the implementation and stewardship of innovative technology and the provision of digital access to improve the lives of BPS students, educators, and staff.
Co-Founder, K12 Strategic Technology Advisory Group
Thomas Ryan Ph.D. is a former Chief Information & Strategy Officer for the Santa Fe Public Schools in New Mexico. He served as the CIO for the Albuquerque Public Schools for 11 years, leading all IT efforts for the largest public-school district in New Mexico. As Co-Founder of K12 Strategic Technology Advisory Group, Dr. Ryan travels the country helping districts develop strategies for interoperability and other IT initiatives.