Tag Archives: Family Outcomes

Measuring Implementation at Multiple Systems Levels

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This brief is written for early childhood researchers, program developers, and funders and seeks to introduce the importance of measuring implementation at multiple system levels and proposes tools for doing so, including a cascading logic model that makes connections between the outcomes and resources of different systems. The brief uses two illustrative examples: (1) a […]

A National Picture: Indicator C4 Family Data for FFY 2014

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This December 2016 webinar addressed the national FFY 2014-2015 Part C Indicator 4 family data. TA staff presented trends in the data as well as overviews of states’ survey methodology, including survey type, distribution and return methods, and scoring. This webinar also discussed the family outcomes data quality profiles, which provide an individualized analysis of […]

A Review of State Systemic Improvement Plans to Improve Outcomes for Children and Families Participating in Early Intervention

Conference: Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention (CRIEI) Date: February 2016 Presenters: Taletha Derrington, Anne Lucas, Jessica Hardy, & Grace Kelley This poster presents information about the first four components of states’ Phase I State Systemic Improvement Plans (SSIP) which include: data analysis to identify child/family outcomes needing improvement and root causes behind sub-optimal […]

Measuring What Matters: Using Data to Support Family Progress

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This resource provides an overview of how Head Start and Early Head Start programs can use data to engage families and support each family’s progress toward the Office of Head Start (OHS) Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (PFCE) Framework Family Outcomes. Published by: The National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement, Head Start Link […]

CLASP DataFinder

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This easy-to-use tool provides select demographic information as well as administrative data on programs that affect low-income people and families, including child care and Head Start. It is an example of different ways to display data. Published by: Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) Link to Tool

Data, Now What? Skills for Analyzing and Interpreting Data

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Conference: Division for Early Childhood (DEC) Date: October 2014 Presenters: Abby Winer, Christina Kasprzak, & Kathleen Hebbeler This presentation had participants engaging in several data analysis activities using child and family outcomes data as an example. Participants were shown different ways to analyze, present, and interpret data. Link to Presentation & Link to Document (PDF)