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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
Data linking partnerships can yield significant benefits, such as administrative efficiencies and access to additional data to answer policy questions and inform program improvement.
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?