This guide supports Part C and Part B 619 program staff in addressing equity considerations at each stage of the data inquiry cycle. The guide incorporates key components of the DaSy Data Systems Framework and the DaSy Racial Equity Statement that can help states, territories, and tribal governments move toward more equitable practices related to program access, supports and services, and outcomes.
The IDEA Part C Dispute Resolution EMAPS Survey Data Check Tool is designed to be used by lead agencies in states as they prepare their data for submission in EMAPS. The tool can identify potential format errors and validation errors and check for year-to-year changes in the data.
We are excited to offer this online workshop with IDIO keynote speaker Heather Krause from We All Count. The workshop covers We All Count’s Data Equity Framework from top to bottom and gives participants the training they need to evaluate data equity and apply tools to correct (and, most importantly, prevent!) critical issues in your work.
DaSy’s DMS Crosswalk between the Part C Data Processes Toolkit and OSEP’s DMS Data Protocol helps states identify possible gaps in documentation required for OSEP’s differentiated monitoring and support process.
This quick reference guide has important dates, links, and resources in one place to help with IDEA Part C data requirements.
Here’s a quick reference list of DaSy and ECTA’s sessions at DEC 2023, Nov. 28-Dec. 1, 2023 in Minneapolis, MN.
Stay focused with these quick tips for State Performance Plan/Annual Performance Report (SPP/APR) season for Part C Data Managers, Coordinators and staff.
This new guide helps state staff and others understand obligation and liquidation requirements and timelines, the grant funding cycle, and oversight responsibilities,
The COVID-19 pandemic presented unique challenges for states’ Part C and Part B 619 data collection and reporting. The spring 2021 State of the States survey provides a snapshot of the types of data states and territories were able to collect during the early stage of the pandemic (between late 2020 and early 2021) and how they collected the data. Lessons learned from the pandemic can help states improve data collection around telehealth services and prepare for future data disruptions, such as natural disasters.