Each Part C Lead Agency is responsible for the general administration and supervision of its early intervention system.
The Early Childhood Data Collaborative at Child Trends—with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation—is developing a Pre-K Data Equity Framework (Framework) to improve the availability of actionable data. A data framework is a tool that can help pre-K decision makers identify, organize, and connect different types of data into a unified information data […]
Tools designed by DaSy and ECTA to support the collection, review, and improvement of child find systems including 618 data, including the OSEP Part B 619 Child Find Self-Assessment (CFSA), OSEP Part C Child Find Self-Assessment (CFSA), Part C Child Find Funnel Chart Tool, Identifying Meaningful Differences in Child Find Calculator, and Contributing Factor Tool.
Authors: Bruce Bull and Denise Mauzy Data, data, everywhere. And how do we get that data to answer our questions? Data from other sources can sometimes help. You can share, link, and/or integrate data from other sources with your Part C and Part B 619 data to answer critical questions1 that cannot otherwise be answered. […]
March 30, 2022 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. Webinar slides Webinar video
A simple process for state and local program leaders to use data to make organizational and program decisions.
Conference: Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Conference Date: March 2022 Presenters: Haidee Bernstein, Karl White, Evelyn Shaw, Sharon Walsh The goal of this session was to help participants (1) Increase their understanding of the privacy requirements (e.g., under IDEA, FERPA and HIPAA) and important technical aspects needed to address data sharing, (2) Gain knowledge of data […]
Compare your state’s C4 family outcomes data to the national data in the three sub-indicator areas. Make comparisons to subgroups of states that use the same survey and scoring approach
Indicators and a self-assessment for states interested in building a high-quality IDEA data system.