Promoting State Systemic Change in Early Childhood: New Tools

Conference: Administration for Children and Families National Research Conference on Early Childhood
Date: July 2016
Presenters: Debbie Cate, Kathleen Hebbeler, Christina Kasprzak, Grace Kelley, Katy McCullough, Abby Schachner, Donna Spiker, & Sharon Walsh

This 2016 poster symposium describes the systems framework and self-assessment tools that were developed to support early intervention and early childhood special education agencies in improving their state systems, and provides examples of how states are using them to drive systemic change and improve outcomes for young children and their families.

Presentation: Building and Sustaining High-Quality Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education State Systems

Presentation: Building and Sustaining High-Quality State Data Systems and Use of Data for Program Improvement in Early Childhood Programs

Poster: Documenting Strengths and Weaknesses in State Systems

Presentation: How States are using the ECTA and DaSy System Frameworks and Self-Assessment to Improve State Systems