Engaged Families: Using Data to Make a Difference in Policy and Decision-Making

Family members can take an active role in understanding and using data from the family survey and child outcomes process to participate in program improvement activities. Family leadership can take many roles through local programs, parent centers and ICCs. This session will discuss strategies for actively engaging families in using data to make decisions, developing strategies to improve programs and advising and assisting ICCs on family engagement at all levels. Facilitators will utilize resources from the DaSy Building Stakeholder Knowledge About Data toolkit and the Understanding Data as Information from Serving on Groups that make decisions: a guide for families

Published by: DaSy/ECTA

Engaged Families: Using data to make a difference in policy and decision-making