Designed for those who manage the data entry into LEA data systems to become skilled in creating a data calendar, constructing audit checklists, generating reports, and ensuring data quality.

This track has been created especially for PIMS Administrators, with a minimum of one year of experience, responsible for the collection and reporting of educational data. Upon completion of this course, participants will increase skills in: coordinating with LEA administration, coordinating with data personnel, incorporating prior knowledge to analyze complex data scenarios, interpret how attribution and graduation rates impact state initiatives.

This track has been created especially for Entry Level PIMS Administrators, new to their role, with less than one year of experience submitting PIMS data.  Participants will examine the PIMS process and gain an understanding of the basic skills needed to submit high quality data to PIMS. Upon completion of this course, participants will reinforce skills in  uploading data into PIMS, resolving errors, coordinating with data entry staff, reporting to school administration, analyzing reports, gathering requirements, and checking for accuracy.

This track has been created especially for any member within an LEA that wants to develop and/or continue to support a culture of quality, data-driven decision-making by best practices stemming from data-related privacy, professional development, communication, and collaboration. The LEA Best Practices Track consists of forum discussion exercises, resource review, assignments, and quizzes.

This track has been created especially for Entry Level PIMS Administrators, new to their role, with less than one year of experience submitting PIMS data.  Participants will examine the PIMS process and gain an understanding of the basic skills needed to submit high quality data to PIMS. Upon completion of this course, participants will reinforce skills in  uploading data into PIMS, resolving errors, coordinating with data entry staff, reporting to school administration, analyzing reports, gathering requirements, and checking for accuracy.