Category Archives: Maryland

Maryland: Establishing Partnerships to Build Data Use Capacity

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This 2016 State Spotlight describes the partnership between the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) and the Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education to build a statewide longitudinal data system with linkages across early intervention, early childhood special education, school-age special education, and general education. The brief also offers guiding questions for other […]

Moving Maryland Forward: Birth through Five system of services for children with disabilities and their families

This 2016 booklet from Maryland provides an example of a data analysis product for a broader audience, including families and legislative representatives. The following elements of Data Use are addressed: DU1c, Pages 13-18 DU1e, DU3a, DU3d, DU4a, & DU6a, entire document DU3b, Pages 12-14, 16 DU5a, Pages 4-9, 10, 12, 14 Published by: Maryland Department […]

Promising Practices for Incorporating IDEA Birth-Five Programs in State Professional Development Systems

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This 2013 session provides information about a variety of approaches used by Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge Grantees to integrate IDEA programs in their professional development systems development. State presenters will share successes, lessons learned, and discuss ongoing challenges. Presented at the Improving Data, Improving Outcomes Conference in 2013. Promising Practices for Incorporating […]

Tracking the Achievement of Children Receiving Part C Early Intervention Services (Birth to Three) Into the Third Grade

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This 2013 presentation discusses the findings of a historical cohort study that examined 58,839 children who received early intervening services for a cohort in 2006–07, what their educational placement was by grade three (2010–11), and how the Part C cohort was performing on high-stakes assessments compared to their peers. Presented by: NCES’ 26th Annual Management […]