DaSy is short for data systems—specifically, the Center for IDEA Early Childhood Data Systems. IDEA is the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. There are two early childhood programs in IDEA: […]
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What is the main purpose of DaSy?
The main purpose of DaSy is to provide state Part C and Part B preschool programs with technical assistance in developing and enhancing integrated early childhood data systems to improve […]
Why is it important for states to develop and enhance integrated early childhood data systems?
Data systems are tools to improve programs and, ultimately, outcomes for children and families. Young children with disabilities are served in early intervention and preschool special education programs, but they […]
Who funds DaSy?
The DaSy Center is funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). Back to FAQ page
How long is DaSy being funded?
DaSy was originally funded for five years, from December 1, 2012, through November 30, 2017. They received an extension for a Year 6 and are funded through November 30, 2018. […]
Who are the DaSy staff members?
The DaSy staff is composed of people from several organizations with expertise in early childhood and data system topics. If you are looking for someone in particular, please check the […]
How can I contact DaSy Center staff?
For general questions, please contact DaSy online or call 650-859-3881. Mailing Address: The DaSy Center 333 Ravenswood Avenue, BS140 SRI International Menlo Park, CA 94025 For individual DaSy staff members, […]
How can I keep informed about DaSy’s work?
You can see the latest news from DaSy on the home page of this website. You can also obtain updates by following @DaSyCenter on Twitter. DaSy staff members also make […]
Where can I find information about upcoming events and activities?
DaSy’s Home page and Events page are the best places to look for news and upcoming events and activities. Back to FAQ page
Where should I look for DaSy resources, such as papers and briefs?
The Resources page on the DaSy website is the best place to find resources developed by DaSy as well as resources developed by other projects and organizations. Back to FAQ […]