This document is written for researchers but the guidance especially for data analysis and dissemination applies to Part C and Part B 619 staff using any data including IDEA administrative data to examine equitable service delivery.
Category Archives: 2019
The Nuts and Bolts of Linking Registry Data with Other Early Childhood Data
Conference: NWRA Date: September 2019 Presenter: Denise Mauzy Presentation on the importance of data linking, the status of data linking efforts nationally, and ativities that support data linking. The Nuts […]
Taking a Critical Look at Your Child Find Efforts
Authors: Margaret Gillis, Kathryn Morrison, & Haidee Bernstein In reviewing the data on the percentage of children birth to 3 years old that my state’s Part C program serves, I […]
Policy guide: Using state data systems to create an information culture in education
This 16-page policy guide contains information about how to develop a culture of data use in education settings. It summarizes important lessons learned from a November 2018 Education Commission of […]
FFY 2017 Child and Family Outcomes Data Highlights
November 22, 2019 Webinar Recording Webinar Slides The ECTA and DaSy Center staff have completed their national child and family outcomes data analysis. They discuss the national performance data for […]
SLDS Webinar: Collaboration to Support Data System Modernization
November 12, 2019 Webinar Recording Please join the SLDS Program on Tuesday, November 12th from 2:45 pm to 4 pm EST for an SLDS webinar on Collaboration to Support Data […]
Take a Look at Your Child Outcomes Data Profile
Having high-quality child outcomes data is more important than ever. The data are a focus of accountability in OSEP’s Results Driven Accountability Initiative. State early intervention and preschool special education programs collect and use these data to measure progress towards program-level and system-wide outcomes.
Data Sharing Arrangements Between Part C and EHDI: Discussion Part II
October 17, 2019 Participants on the August 28, 2019 Data Sharing Arrangement Webinar requested a follow-up discussion on challenges and strategies in establishing data sharing arrangements between EHDI and Part […]
Five Considerations for Potential Data Linking Partners
Data linking partnerships can yield significant benefits, such as administrative efficiencies and access to additional data to answer policy questions and inform program improvement.
Why Link Data?
There is no requirement for Part C or Part B 619 programs to link data with other programs, but some states do. Given the extra time and effort it takes, why do some programs pursue data linking?