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Compute response rates for your state’s family survey data and determine if the surveys you received are representative of the target population.
Learn about current and upcoming technical assistance opportunities, data-related activities, and supports available for your state’s Part C and Part B, 619 programs.
This webinar will show attendees how to navigate Communities360 and the IES/NCES website to find valuable resources that are available to assist with planning, implementing, and maintaining SLDS.
For a Part C system, the fiscal data profile depicts demographic, service delivery, infrastructure, and administrative data in a variety of ways to make the fiscal data more comprehensible to users.
DaSy’s State of the States report shows that many early intervention (Part C) and early childhood special education (Part B, 619) state coordinators and data managers are interested in increasing data linking between IDEA programs. We share the story of one state’s journey to link Part C and Part B, 619 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
Some states used additional tools/approaches to measure other family variables. States use survey methods to collect family outcomes data, but the questions and processes vary.
Join DaSy for the IDIO Encore, a virtual event to connect, learn from other states, network with peers, and hear the latest early childhood updates from the federal partners.