This DaSy toolkit provides an orientation to IDEA data and other data-related topics to help stakeholders meaningfully participate in conversations about programmatic issues and decisions.
Category Archives: Families – Information about data systems
The Story of Data: An Early Childhood Tale
This short IDEA Data Center (IDC) video is an engaging animated story that shows how data inform early intervention decisions for a baby with disabilities. The Story of Data: An […]
The Importance of High-Quality IDEA Data
The Importance of High-Quality IDEA Data features state early intervention and special education professionals and OSEP staff describing how high-quality IDEA data help ensure that children with disabilities receive the […]
What is an Early Childhood Integrated Data System?
This 2016 short video from the SLDS Grant Program describes early childhood integrated data systems (ECIDSs) that collect, integrates, maintain, store, and report information from multiple early childhood programs within […]
Informing Families about Outcomes
This webpage offers key components of informing families about child and family outcomes. Published by: The Early Childhood Technical Assistance (ECTA)Center Informing Families about Outcomes Webpage
Desired Results Family Brochure
This 2013 brochure describes the Desired Results for Children and Families system which is used to measure child outcomes for children with disabilities in the state of California. This brochure […]
Parent Rights, Responsibilities, and Resources in Early Intervention
This handbook helps Utah parents understand their rights, responsibilities, and resources as the parent of a child receiving early intervention services, and is available in both English and Spanish. Published […]
Understanding Early Intervention Data Systems
This 2012 two-page family handout was developed by Pennsylvania to explain key points about the PA early intervention data system, including what data is stored there, benefits to families, and […]