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  • Tell Your Data Story Effectively Using Tables

    Are your data tables dense, uninteresting, or indecipherable? With tips and tools from our Data Visualization Toolkit, your data tables can be both engaging and informative, and serve as a integral piece of your data story. Check out the Data Tables section of the toolkit or peruse one of the eight other topics.

  • Presentations and handouts from #ECIDEA16

    This year’s Improving Data, Improving Outcomes conference was packed with interesting and informative sessions. There’s no way you could have attended all that you wanted! Remember, the conference website has the agenda. You can navigate through the days to find sessions that sparked your interest and access the related materials: http://ectacenter.org/~meetings/ecidea16/mtgagenda.asp

  • New data in our State of the States maps

    Our maps showing national status of Data Systems for Part C and Part B 619 offer a quick glance at 10 different facets of state early childhood data systems, plus detailed information for each state. This past year, we worked with state staff to update the maps to reflect current information. See what your state’s data systems look like now: State of the States maps

  • COS Process module on GRADS360

    OSEP’s GRADS360 website is your source for trusted resources to support efforts to improve performance on State Performance Plans. Our Child Outcomes Summary (COS) Process Module: Collecting & Using Data to Improve Programs has now been added to GRADS360’s Featured Resources! Now you can connect to online learning about the COS process and practices that contribute to consistent and meaningful COS decision-making from the same site where you access SSIP resources, SPP/APR resources, and grant opportunities.

  • Check out our Fresh DaSies!

    Summer is here, and the DaSies are blooming! Visit our Fresh DaSy Resources page to see the latest publications and resources to help support the development and enhancement of high-quality early childhood data systems.

  • Framework Self-Assessment Comparison Tool

    Our Self-Assessment Comparison Tool provides a mechanism to examine changes over time in the implementation of one or more components/subcomponents of the ECTA and DaSy Data Frameworks. With a simple data import, you can see changes in the Quality Indicator (QI) and the Elements of Quality (EQ) ratings between two points in time.

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