Events & Presentations
Part 1: What’s in your toolbox for leading systems improvement? Resources and strategies for state coordinators and staff guiding EI and preschool special education improvement initiatives (Feb. 21)
The ECTA Center invites state Part C and 619 Coordinators and their state staff ...February 21 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Part 2: What’s in your toolbox for leading systems improvement? Resources and strategies for state coordinators and staff guiding EI and preschool special education improvement initiatives (Mar. 7)
The ECTA Center invites state Part C and 619 Coordinators and their state staff ...March 7 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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- 2019 State Learning Opportunities
We’re offering several exciting new opportunities for you to deepen your knowledge and build state capacity around data topics in 2019. The 2019 State Learning Opportunities flyer lists the new learning groups that are open to states. We know states have many learning opportunities from which to choose, so we recommend that state agency staff plan ahead to select the most relevant opportunities from DaSy and other TA centers to best meet your specific needs.
- New Part C Child Find Funnel Chart Tool
The Child Find Funnel Chart tool is an Excel template for displaying data about infants and toddlers at each step of the Part C process, from referral through exit, for a set of infants and toddlers referred within a specified time span. State or local Part C programs may use this tool to generate a funnel chart that allows for easy visualization of the data.
Go to the Child Find Funnel Chart Tool here
- Data Governance and Management Toolkit in PDF form
Our popular Data Governance and Management Toolkit is now available in PDF form! Now you can share individual sections or the full toolkit with colleagues in hard copy form, as well as online. Simply look for the green PDF links at the top right of each section of the Toolkit.
- Early Childhood Data in Action
This November 2018 report from the National Institute for Children’s Health Quality (NICHQ) and the Center for the Study of Social Policy offers case studies from Indianola, Mississippi; Ventura County, California; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania using their early childhood data in clear and important ways to tailor more effective interventions and yield better results. Key themes that emerged were the importance of organizing a community around a collective goal; improving the quality of early childhood services; informing critical public policy decisions, and the need for a respected “backbone” organization to oversee data collection and support data use efforts.
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