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Katrina Miller
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Education Industry Consultant, SAS State & Local Government Practice

Katrina utilizes her experience in K-12 and higher education policy to support SAS EVAAS for K-12 in the educational community. She previously worked with the Council of Chief State School Officers and the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, where she supported state efforts to use data to improve teacher and leader preparation for all students, including students with disabilities. Katrina holds a bachelor’s degree in communication and master’s degree in higher education administration from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Analytics | Data Management | Students & Educators
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Statewide longitudinal data system helps feed children in need

Statewide longitudinal data systems (SLDS) have been around for many years, helping states understand students’ paths through the education system and beyond. The COVID-19 pandemic was an opportunity for one state’s SLDS to step up in new ways that helped feed children in need. With the US Department of Agriculture

Data Visualization | Students & Educators
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Dashboard vs. Scorecard: Measuring the Impact of Educator Preparation

With educator preparation programs (EPPs) under fire, states must make difficult decisions on how to hold EPPs accountable, provide information for program improvement, and offer consumer information to the public on EPP efficacy. In conversations I’ve had with state leaders grappling with this issue, I have seen a debate arise