State of the States IDEA Early Childhood Data Systems — Iowa

Feature Description Part C Part B 619
Survey Year Used These data are based on information collected during the year indicated. If 2019 data are not available, the most recent available data are shown. 2019 2019 Child-Level Data Systems State has at least one electronic data system that contains personally identifiable child-level data about children who are receiving (Part C/Part B 619) services. Yes Yes
Child Data Elements Linked or in 1 System Individual child-level data elements reside in one system or have been linked. Yes Yes
Workforce-Level Data Systems State has at least one electronic data system that contains personally identifiable workforce data about those providing services. No Yes
Child Data Linked to Workforce Data Child-level data have been linked to workforce-level data. No Yes
Unique Child ID State data system(s) uses a unique identifier for children receiving (Part C/Part B 619) services. Yes Yes
Same Unique Child ID in Part C and Part B 619 State data systems that contain data about children receiving Part B 619 preschool special education and Part C early intervention services use the same unique child identifiers. Yes Yes
Part C Child Data Linked to Part B 619 Data At least some child-level data about children receiving Part B 619 services are in the same data system or have been linked to child-level data from Part C. Yes Yes
Child Data Linked to Other ECE Data At least some child-level data about children receiving (Part C/Part B 619) services are in the same data system or have been linked to data from other early care and education (ECE) programs. No Yes
Child Data Linked to K-12 General Education Data At least some child-level data about children receiving (Part C/Part B 619) services are in the same data system or have been linked to data from general education K-12. No Yes
Data Governance Body State has a data governance body whose scope of responsibility includes data about children receiving (Part C/Part B 619) services. Yes Yes