Category Archives: ECO

Part C SPP/APR 2012 Indicator Analysis

NECTAC logo

This 2012 report is a summary of the 2012 Part C SPP/APR submitted by States, including a summary of indicator 14 –Accurate and Timely Data. Published by National Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (NECTAC), Early Childhood Outcomes Center (ECO), Data Accountability Center (DAC), and Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education Part C SPP/APR […]

Part C SPP/APR 2011 Indicator Analysis

NECTAC logo

This 2011 report is a summary of the 2011 Part C SPP/APR submitted by States, including a summary of indicator 14 –Accurate and Timely Data. Published by National Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (NECTAC), Early Childhood Outcomes Center (ECO), Data Accountability Center (DAC), and Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education Part C SPP/APR […]

What is the problem? Broad Data and Infrastructure Analysis

Theory of Action flow chart

Conference: WRRC Regional Leadership Forum Date: October 2013 Presenters: Kathleen Hebbeler, Christina Kasprzak & Cornelia Taylor This presentation provides opportunities for Part C and 619 Coordinators and key leadership staff to share strategies for designing and implementing the State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP), which is the new qualitative indicator of the SPP/APR. Presentation: What is […]

IDEA Part C and Part B 619 Data Systems: Current Status and Future Priorities

The ECTA/ECO Bunch (8 photos)

Presenters: Ruth Ryder, Meredith Miceli, Lynne Kahn, Kathy Hebbeler, & Donna Spiker These 2013 presentations were presented during the opening plenary of the Improving Data, Improving Outcomes conference. The first presentation discusses the DaSy Center Needs Assessment that was conducted with all states and territories. It reviews the purposes, methods, response rates, and highlights of […]

Data Analysis to Guide Improvement of Child Outcomes

Chart: Some inferences are more actionable than others

Presenters: Cornelia Taylor, Lynne Kahn, & Taletha Derrington This 2013 presentation provides hypothetical data for participants to review and discuss. The data exercise includes examples of analyses that lead to implications for improving data quality and guides decisions about strategies for program improvement. Presentation: Data Analysis to Guide Improvement of Child Outcomes

Preparing the Next Generation of Professionals to Use Child Outcomes Data to Improve Early Intervention and Preschool Special Education

Early Childhood Outcomes Center logo

Conference: OSEP Project Directors Date: July 2013 Presenters: Kathleen Hebbeler & Lynne Kahn This presentation provides background information on the federal collection of child outcomes data and the state approaches including definitions of the three child outcomes and the metrics for reporting. Preparing the Next Generation of Professionals to Use Child Outcomes Data to Improve […]

Planful Changes: Using Self-Assessments to Improve Child and Family Outcome Measurement Systems

Early Childhood Outcomes Center logo

The 2013 session describes the Early Childhood Outcomes (ECO) Center’s self-assessments and how states are using them for planning and systems improvement. The session is targeted to those who are not familiar with the ECO frameworks. Presented by: 2013 Improving Data, Improving Outcomes Conference Planful Changes: Using Self-Assessments to Improve Child and Family Outcome Measurement […]