Tag Archives: Accountability

619 Data Needs and Responsive Data Governance

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Conference: OSEP Leadership Date: July 2015 Presenters: Moderated and facilitated by Nancy Reder (NASDSE), Denise Mauzy (DaSy), & Sharon Walsh (DaSy) This presentation discusses the new and challenging issues for data sharing and governance that arise as the use of 619 data increases in state accountability systems, particularly as these data are shared or integrated […]

Using Data in Multi-Agency Collaborations: Guiding Performance to Ensure Accountability and Improve Programs

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This 2012 report is designed to help collaborating organizations anticipate and address the most common challenges associated with multi-agency performance management and electronic data collection systems, offering practical advice including clarifying the purpose of the collaboration and of the data collection effort, determining what data to collect, and choosing a system to use. Published by: Child […]

What Practitioners Need to Know about Measuring EI and ECSE Outcomes

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Conference: Division for Early Childhood (DEC) Date: October 2014 Presenters: Kathleen Hebbeler & Lynne Kahn This presentation discusses how OSEP is planning to use national outcomes data for children with disabilities ages 0-5 in results driven accountability, and how practitioners can be equipped to understand, contribute to, and use this data. Presentation: What Practitioners Need […]

Data Governance Demystified: Concepts to Reality

Presenters: Bruce Bull, Sharon Walsh, Denise Mauzy, Christy Cronheim, Rick Harris, & Maria Synodi This 2014 presentation focuses on the role of Data Governance in protecting data and facilitating improved results. State successes and challenges will be explored: authority, accountability, quality, integrity, security and access. The DaSy Framework governance component will inform this discussion around […]

Evidence-Based Policymaking: A Guide for Effective Government

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This 2014 report outlines the first comprehensive framework that policymakers can follow to build a system of evidence-based governing. By leveraging the power of this approach, governments can reduce wasteful spending, expand innovative programs, and strengthen accountability. Published by: Pew Charitable Trusts Evidence-Based Policymaking: A Guide for Effective Government (PDF)

36th Annual Report to Congress on IDEA Implementation

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This 2014 report describes our nation’s progress in providing free appropriate public education for all children with disabilities and early intervention services to infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families; ensuring the rights of these children and their families are protected; assisting states and localities in providing education to these children; and assessing the […]

Results-Based Monitoring for Improvement

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This 2013 presentation discusses the use of Results-Based Monitoring for Improvement (RBMI) as an opportunity to update and align Part C work to the broader work of the state DOE. Presented by 2013 Improving Data, Improving Outcomes Conference Results-Based Monitoring for Improvement