New District Data Coordinator Center

New District Data Coordinator Resources Center

New to the District Data Coordinator position? This Resource Center can help you get started in your new role. Follow the steps below and email us at dataview@e1b.org when you have any questions.

This form is used to remove an existing DDC, add a new DDC, update contact information for additional interested personnel, and other contact information for the district. NYSED should also be informed of this change; instructions as to how to notify NYSED are on the form. Completion of this form will also add you to our DDC email group for important reminder and notifications.

If you have a user at your district with CIO level access, they can create your account. If not, complete the form attached and return to Dataview. Access can be limited to only Student Data, only HR (staff) data, or both. Determine the level of access needed based on your district’s needs.

The Level 1 Data Warehouse provides reports and data visualizations that can be used to help you in your data coordinator role. 

NYSED L2RPT, or SIRS Reports, show what data has been reported to the State. Access to these reports is granted through a SEDDAS entitlement and is handled by each district. Typically, your Superintendent handles SEDDAS entitlements. 

If you will need access to the WNYRIC Test Scoring site, complete the form below. Questions about Test Scoring can be directed to testscoring@e1b.org.

WNYRIC offers a 3 part training course for new DDCs. The dates for the upcoming school year and the cost are on the registration form. If you are starting mid-year, you may still be able to join the class, or wait until the next session begins.

WNYRIC has 4 quarterly meetings for DDC each year. Data collection requirements, updates, and tips are discussed. Typically, meetings are in September, December, March, and May. DDCs are required to attend all 4 meetings. 

The Dataview Portal (dwdataview.wnyric.org) has a variety of resources for DDCs and anyone involved in the NYSED Data Collection process. You can find information on trainings, contact information, and access the Regional Level 1 Data Warehouse and Level 2 (L2RPT) from this page.