Questions states should address to examine equity for the young children and families served under IDEA.
Does your state or program use the ECO Child Outcomes Summary (COS) process for measuring child outcomes? How much do you know about practitioner knowledge of the COS process? Well-equipped practitioners are one key to high quality child outcomes data, and now we have a tool to help practitioners and states understand practitioner knowledge about the COS process. The COS Knowledge Check (COS-KC) is a brief assessment that produces helpful reports for state planning and improvement.
Supporting Part C and Part B 619 programs developing state data systems.
Tools designed by DaSy and ECTA to support the collection, review, and improvement of child find systems including 618 data, including the OSEP Part B 619 Child Find Self-Assessment (CFSA), OSEP Part C Child Find Self-Assessment (CFSA), Part C Child Find Funnel Chart Tool, Identifying Meaningful Differences in Child Find Calculator, and Contributing Factor Tool.
Are you a parent who wants to learn more about early childhood IDEA data and why data matters?