Tag Archives: Longitudinal

Connecting the Dots 2009 Webinar series

Adult and child graphic figures

This website includes presentations and resources from a NAECS-SDE hosted webinar series focused on early childhood data. Although some of resources are dated the topics covered are still relevant, including how to make longitudinal data work for young children and early childhood data collected by different federal programs. Published by the National Association of Early […]

Types of Data Systems

SLDS graphic, concentric circles around data

This 2015 brief describes and compares four common types of data systems that support data from Part C/619 programs: static/reporting, transactional, federated, and centralized. By Tate Gould, Amy Nicholas, Tony Ruggiero, William Blandford, Sara Thayer, & Bruce Bull Link to Document (PDF)

Modeling Change in Large-Scale Longitudinal Studies of Educational Growth: Four Decades of Contributions to the Assessment of Educational Growth

Circle with ETS

This 2012 paper documents the innovations developed during more than 30 years of working with longitudinal studies based on national samples. In addition to describing these innovations, it provides their rationale and presents some empirical results in their support. Published by Educational Testing Service (ETS). Link to Document (PDF)

Early Childhood Data Collaborative’s (ECDC’s) 10 Fundamentals of coordinated state ECE data systems.

Logo: The Early Childhood Data Collaborative

This 2010 webpage outlines ECDC’s 10 Fundamentals for building coordinated state early childhood data systems and includes specific examples of what states are doing in each area . These Fundamentals are the backbone of the data systems, but based on a state’s unique interests and political realities, state stakeholders may choose to include additional information […]

ECIDS and DaSy: Frameworks for Building Better Data Systems

Title slide: ECIDS & DaSy Frameworks

Conference: NCES STATS-DC Data Conference Date: July 2014 Presenters: Colleen Murphy, Jaci Holmes, Kathleen Hebbeler, & Missy Cochenour This presentation shares an overview of the ECIDS Toolkit and DaSy framework and discusses how these frameworks can help you use your data through current state examples. Also discussed are implications for integrating early childhood program data […]