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Fireworks celebration iconWe have great news! We are excited to let you know that the new National Technical Assistance Center to Improve State Capacity to Collect, Report, Analyze, and Use Accurate Early Childhood IDEA Data has been announced, and it was awarded to SRI International and its partners. We are thrilled to be able to continue working with you and want to thank you for your support. A great place to start is to peruse our DaSy news below!
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DaSy News

  • Save the Date! 2020 Conference on Improving Data, Improving Outcomes – August 11-13, 2020

    DaSy, in collaboration with other early childhood technical assistance Centers, will be hosting a national conference on August 11-13, 2020 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel in Arlington, Virginia. Preconference and post conference meetings are being planned as well. The IDIO conference is designed for Part C and 619 Coordinators and Part C and Part B data managers, and others working on improving systems, programs and practices; data and data systems; and outcomes for young children with disabilities and their families.

    Please be aware that DaSy will not be able to support travel expenses for attendees. The conference agenda, intended outcomes, and more information will be coming soon to support you with making travel plans. Stay tuned for additional information!

  • Take a Look at Your Child Outcomes Data Profile

    Having high-quality child outcomes data is more important than ever. The data are a focus of accountability in OSEP’s Results Driven Accountability Initiative. State early intervention and preschool special education programs collect and use these data to measure progress towards program-level and system-wide outcomes.

  • Five Considerations for Potential Data Linking Partners

    The second blog post in our data linking 2-part series is out! Learn about data linking opportunities for Part C and/or Part B 619 and explore five considerations potential partners should discuss before entering into a data linking partnership.  Gain access to resources if partners agree to formalize a data linking partnership or continue exploration.

  • Why Link Data?

    The first blog post in our data linking 2-part series is out! Given the extra time and effort it takes, find out why some programs pursue data linking. Review the benefits two agencies in Alaska experienced as a result of linking their child welfare data with their Part C data.


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