The titled “Compromised Data Integrity in Student Enrollment Projections for HCPSS School Redistricting” was shared by Polygon 147.
- In 2017 Feasibility Study and AAC process, OSP ( Office of School Planning) was using outdated 2014 and inaccurate new housing unit data at the polygon level, even they had access to the 2016 data.
- 45% of all the ES-level enrollment projections fluctuate by more than 10% just between the 2016 Feasibility Study and the 2017 Feasibility Study, while these projections should be very stable in consecutive years.
- Evidence therein shows that OSP used the wrong inputs data for 45% of all polygons when projecting student enrollment data, and the project errors can be larger than 50% for some polygons.
How can it be? Where is the accountability if these three claims are true?
The presentation is linked here: HCPSS Student Enrollment Projection Data Integrity Analysis – the Full Story – 09-15-2017
There is another link https://goo.gl/thMBf1