In this moderated session, U.S. government agency leaders shared their ongoing early care, education and well-being initiatives and implications for data.
In this session, participants learned about three Office of Special Education Programs-funded Child Find Model Demonstration projects and approaches to working with states and communities to improve child find systems and promote equity in access to Part C. Presenters highlighted three models for child find and discuss how stakeholder engagement and data can enhance system improvement efforts.
Have you wondered what to do to prepare for your state’s engagement in DMS 2.0? Representatives from three Part C Cohort 1 states that have completed the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) interviews and visits and have shared how they prepared for engaging in DMS 2.0, including successes, challenges, and lessons learned.
The disproportionate use of exclusionary discipline among some groups of preschool children is a national concern. Data from the Behavior Incident Report System (BIRS), designed for programs implementing the Pyramid Model, can help program leadership teams analyze behavioral incidents and identify exclusionary discipline practices.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act includes requirements for developing Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and determining placements for preschool children with disabilities.
This is the last in a series of stand-alone facilitated listening sessions provided by DaSy and ECTA focused on the transition from Part C to Part B, 619. Presenters shared resources and tools that may assist states as they improve their data processes and systems.
This session addressed strategies for improving survey methodology for collecting family outcome survey data that yield quality data for making informed program decisions for ALL families across dimensions of diversity.