The Initiative for School Empowerment and Excellence (i4see) is a student level data collection that will eliminate many of the aggregate school and district reports. i4see will reduce the burden on districts, improve the quality of data and enable important analysis such as gains based analysis of assessments and the ability to help reduce the drop-out rate.
The Initiative for School Empowerment and Excellence (i4see) has changed the way the department collects and leverages student and school data. Central to the effort is an overarching principle that we should not only collect data for reporting needs, but that we should add value to the data being collected and provide information back to schools to empower teachers, administrators, policy makers, and parents to increase student achievement - enabling schools to follow every child and to analyze groups of students over time.
Administrators and teachers with have easy access to valuable data, helping improve the education for every child. The assignment of a state assigned student identifier (SASID) is the first deliverable of this initiative.
All student-level data collections must be submitted electronically, paper submissions will not be accepted. All submissions should be comma separated data files. It is important that your file does NOT contain header records.
|May 2016 EOY Training registration link|
|Calendar & CATE submissions (new details)||Latest i4see Updates|
The data dictionary describes the student level data submissions that each district will have to send to the department of education. By clicking on a submission you can view the elements that make up the submission. You can then click on the element to better understand the data that the department is requesting.
|Data Dictionary, Update History
|Policy and Procedures Manual|
|Frequently Asked Questions||Support Guides|
|myNHDOE (sign-on)||Tip Documents|
|i4see SAU Contacts||Training Videos|
i4see Quick Calendar - 2015 - 2016 School Year
Last day of school through July 15, 2016
|E-mail i4see.Help@doe.nh.gov with questions|