Effective skills in data analysis and interpretation are essential to improved student achievement. This service is aimed at supporting school districts in collecting and analyzing various types of data to identify strengths and weaknesses at either the program level or student level. The Instructional Planning for Assessment Service provides instructional support by training teachers and administrators in the development, proper administration and accurate analysis of student performance assessment data.
This service provides assistance to component districts in creating, improving/sustaining a culture of data-driven decision making through protocols, common language and goal setting. These services can be tailored to support administrative teams, data teams, departments and Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) in collecting and analyzing data through a systematic, evidence-based approach.
All educators with a desire to enhance their skills and/or resources for data-driven decision-making can benefit from the continuum of services that are available. The continuum ranges from the provision of comprehensive analyses of district data to general support and training as districts analyze their own data.
Included in this Co-Ser is access to Tableau Data Reports Services offered through NERIC. Tableau allows access to the Level 1 Data Warehouse, Level 2 State Reports data, and NYSED publicly released data. Reports generated in Tableau allow data to become specialized and actionable to accountability, student achievement, and overall district growth.
Extra services to be billed through Co-Ser 506:
Data Council Page
The Administrator for Instructional Support also facilitates the Champlain Valley Educational Services (CVES) Data Council. This council discusses current New York State Education Department (NYSED) initiatives. The Administrator utilizes the Data Council regional and in-district trainings to inform school districts of state and federal requirements.
This council discusses current New York State Education Department (NYSED) initiatives. The Administrator utilizes the Data Council regional and in-district trainings to inform school districts of state and federal requirements.
Work through this BOCES area involves providing quality professional development around curriculum and instructional initiatives and promotes sharing and networking among component districts. Staff also serves in assisting districts in obtaining information about current issues and new practices in curriculum and instruction that includes research and facilitation with districts in their exploration of new programs. Additionally, there is work as a liaison with the New York State Education Department to provide districts with the latest information regarding curriculum and instruction and State Education Department initiatives.
This CoSer provides the opportunity for districts to work with the Administrator to analyze state, benchmark and formative assessment data. Additionally the Administrator may help in the crafting of assessments aligned to standards and curriculum.
It also includes coordination of regional assessment administration and scoring. This includes collection/return of exams, clerical support, and distribution of score sheets to the Regional Information Center (RIC).
Administrator for Instructional Services
School Support Services
1443 Military Turnpike Ext.
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
(518) 561-0100 x359