This third of three mini-webinars presented during Linking Week 2017, reviewed lessons learned from the week and shared resources and supports that address specific data linking needs. Presented by Sharon Walsh, Duane Brown, Bruce Bull, & Baron Rodriguez in May 2017 Webinar Recording Webinar Presentation
Presenters: Bruce Bull (DaSy, CIID, IDC) & Jamie Kilpatrick (DaSy) This session was a support group for those who experience (or might in the future) RFP-itis. Is there a RFP for a data system in your state’s future? Learn from the experiences (thumbs up and down) of TA providers with both state agency and contractor […]
Conference: OSEP Project Directors Date: August 2016 Presenters: Dave Phillips, Bill Huennekens, Donna Spiker, & Tom Fiore This 2016 presentation provides examples from four TA centers of how high-quality IDEA data can contribute to systemic changes that strengthen data infrastructures in states, which enable the improvement of services and supports for students with disabilities. Presentation: […]
This 2015 flyer (revised in 2017) summarizes the goals and focus areas of each of the four Office of Special Education (OSEP) Technical Assistance (TA) Centers funded to offer resources and TA to help improve the capacity of states to meet the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) data collection and reporting requirement. The document […]
This 2015 topical brief provides a definition of an integrated data system, identifies stakeholders, and examines the challenges and costs associated with data integration, as well as potential benefits to creating an integrated data system. Published by: Center for the Integration of IDEA Data (CIID) Benefits of an Integrated Data System (PDF)
The Center for the Integration of IDEA Data’s (CIID’s) latest topical brief, Benefits of an Integrated Data System, defines and delineates the costs and potential benefits of an integrated data system.