Category Archives: DaSy Center

What DaSy2 Can Do for You! webinar

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June 22, 2020 The What DaSy 2 Can Do for You! webinar introduced current and upcoming technical assistance opportunities for states Part C and Part B 619 programs. DaSy shared a wide range of data-related activities and supports available, including a current focus on helping states address evolving data issues as a result of the […]

Taking a Critical Look at Your Child Find Efforts

Author: Margaret Gillis, Kathryn Morrison, & Haidee Bernstein In reviewing the data on the percentage of children birth to 3 years old that my state’s Part C program serves, I noticed that we serve a much lower percentage of children as compared with the national average. I want to understand why my state’s percentage is […]

FFY 2017 Child and Family Outcomes Data Highlights

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November 22, 2019 Link to webinar recording. Link to webinar slides. The ECTA and DaSy Center staff have completed their national child and family outcomes data analysis. They discuss the national performance data for indicators C3, C4, and B7, including national data, state variations in performance, family survey approaches used, and TA resources. The first half […]

Take a Look at Your Child Outcomes Data Profile

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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

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Authors: Denise Mauzy & Bruce Bull, DaSy Part C and Part B 619 program personnel have many opportunities to link data with partner programs (e.g., early hearing detection and intervention, quality rating and improvement system). Data linking partnerships can yield significant benefits, such as administrative efficiencies and access to additional data to answer policy questions […]