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Engaging Families in Early Childhood Data Initiatives photo of groups of participants talking and working on computersData-driven decision-making is transforming education and family services, from personalized learning plans for individual children, to school-level ... Read more

Early Childhood Special Education and ESSA Logo: Center on Enhancing Early Learning OutcomesIn the latest Early ED in ESSA blog, our co-directors Donna Spiker and Kathy Hebbeler and our ... Read more

Who is Linking Part C and Part B 619 Data? Look to the Maps! At least some chld-level data about children receiving Part B 619 services are in teh same data system or have been linked to child-level data from parat C: 27% Yes for Part C & Part B 619; 7% Yes for Part C, No for Part B 619; 9% No for Part C, Yes for Part B 619; 48% No for Part C & Part B 619; 9% Data not available for at least one programIn discussions with our state partners around data linking, a question we often hear at the DaSy ... Read more

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DaSy News

  • New video: Improving Family Outcomes

    A new DaSy-ECTA video describes the importance of supporting families, collecting data on family outcomes, and using the data to improve the program. Using the family data collected by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education’s Part C/Early Intervention Program as an example, Supporting Children by Improving Family Outcomes highlights how three families who received early intervention benefited from support to their family.

  • Check out our Fresh DaSies!

    Summer is winding down, but the DaSies are still 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! IDEA Data Center Part B Data System Framework

    The IDEA Data Center Part B Data System Framework is an overarching structure designed to support SEA staff responsible for working with and responding to IDEA Part B requirements related to the collection, analysis, use, and reporting of high-quality special education data. The framework contains broad concepts and principles that states can tailor to reflect their individual needs and approaches. The IDC framework is a modification of the DaSy framework and was designed for state-level staff responsible for working with and responding to Part B requirements.

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