Monday, October 3, 2022 1:00-2:00pm ET / 10:00-11:00am PT Register Now As state agencies increasingly use data for multiple purposes, data governance becomes essential to ensure that clear policies and […]
Join us for a working series focused on the ins, the outs, the ups, and the downs of data linking. DaSy is offering two sessions that will give you the opportunity to connect with your colleagues on topics such as building partnerships, working on data sharing agreements, managing legal authority, and navigating complicated bureaucracies.
This webinar will help Part C and Part B 619 staff with considering racial equity in several activities, including root cause analyses, development of improvement activities, development of critical questions and related analyses, and framing their SSIP.
Part C and Part B 619 staff can use the explicit, practical examples and guidance in this toolkit to craft their own strategies that help ensure racial equity is centered at all stages of the data life cycle.
Part C and 619 staff can use this webinar to: explore a definition of racial equity; how to use data to understand and combat racial disparities; and to communicate equitably about data to inform policy solutions.
The toolkit comprises multiple sections that include downloadable tools to support Part C and Part B 619 program staff as they consider, prepare, and successfully link their data.
Why is fiscal monitoring under IDEA so important? Fiscal monitoring is a major part of general supervision, and state lead agencies should have written procedures for identifying instances of and correcting for noncompliance.
These sessions will consist of guided discussions on early childhood transition (including Transition from Part C to Preschool). TA providers will utilize a series of prompts to facilitate group discussions.
DaSy staff presented the updated Data System Framework, which assists Part C and Part B 619 programs in developing and enhancing high-quality state data systems. Originally developed in 2014, the Framework has been revised to make it easier for states to use.