- IDC’s Outlier Analyses Tools
This 2016 IDEA Data Center resource contains three technical assistance products designed to be used by state personnel responsible for the IDEA 618 and/or 616 data. The products include a brief that introduces the principles of outlier analysis, a tutorial on completing an outlier analysis, and a tool state staff can use to conduct outlier analyses with their local data. You can find IDEA Data Quality: Outlier Analyses Tools on the IDC website.
- Have you seen our Data Visualization Toolkit?
There are eight million stories* in the data, how will you tell them? Our new Data Visualization Toolkit is a compilation of resources for creating engaging data stories. Learn about nine different types of tools, including design principles, data considerations, accessibility tips, and detailed descriptions of selected tools. (*Apologies to The Naked City.)
- 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.
- New! Framework Self-Assessment Comparison Tool
Our brand new 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.
- Webinar recording: Pay for Success
Our June 8 webinar introduced Pay for Success (PFS), an innovative funding model used to address complex social problems. DaSy, ECTA, and OSEP presenters shared information about PFS projects in the U.S. and abroad and launched our Special Collection of PFS resources. The webinar presentation and recording are now available online for Pay for Success (PFS): An Innovative Funding Structure in Early Childhood.
- Webinar recording: Assessing the Impact of SSIP Infrastructure Improvements
In case you missed it, the June 6th national webinar hosted by NCSI, ECTA, and DaSy is now available online. Representatives from two state departments of education and two state Part C programs participated in a “virtual state panel” and shared their experiences with implementing infrastructure changes as well as their approaches to assessing the impact of those changes on their SSIP improvement strategies and ultimately, their SIMR. Check out Assessing the Impact of SSIP Infrastructure Improvements.
Events & Presentations
Join the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) for a webinar on Wednes...July 27 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
This interactive webinar will be a discussion of elements related to Special Edu...July 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The Project Directors’ Conference supports OSEP’s goal of improving results...August 1 @ 8:00 am - August 3 @ 5:00 pm
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