About the Data and Accountability Division
The Data and Accountability Division empowers all students, teachers, and staff personnel by providing access to technology and information needed for teaching and learning, planning, decision-making, and evaluation. The division has been entrusted with providing technology leadership and ensuring the effective and efficient use of all district technological resources.
The Data and Accountability Division’s Chief Officer currently has seven direct reports: two senior directors, three directors, a project manager, and a Webmaster. One of the senior directors is in charge of accountability and assessment services. This area focuses on data mining, coordinating district and state testing, AYP verifications, program research and evaluations, and applying statistical analysis on testing data for schools to use. The second senior director is responsible for administrative/business systems, technology support, systems training, and imaging/records management. This area focuses on supporting and maintaining the human resources and financial system through programming, database administration, records imaging management, customer training, and customer support.
Of the three directors, one is in charge of Media and Instructional technology integration. This Department is responsible for the oversight of Media Centers and coordinating, organizing and facilitating the effective use of technology within the schools. The second director manages the student information system. This area supports and maintains student demographics, grades, schedules, programs, courses, as well as provides schools, state, and federal agencies with reports. The third director oversees the network and engineering area. This area supports and maintains district technology helpdesk, network operation center, network electronic infrastructure, systems infrastructure, Internet access, network security, district email, specialized network-based applications.
Finally, the project manager oversees district wide technology level projects. This person is responsible for establishing project methodology, overseeing division projects, and building district teams to ensure broad participation for successful outcomes. The last direct report is the Web Master. This person is tasked with maintaining the district public Web site, intranet Web site, teacher web pages, workflows, and portal services.