The Family Outcomes Data Community of Practice allows individuals to share issues and resources related to family outcomes measurement, including data quality, and
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States employ survey methods to collect data about family outcomes and support their SSIP evaluations. Low response rates hinder states’ ability to analyze data. Furthermore, development of clear and concise survey methodology facilitates collection and analysis of meaningful data. Participants will learn of advantages and disadvantages of different survey methodology and methods for increasing response […]
Data analysis is a key process for making data useful. Mistakes in analysis can cloud interpretation and distract from important results. In this session TA providers will discuss key considerations in selecting and using statistical analyses. The focus is on approaches to both describing data and making inferences from data, with specific attention on the […]
Qualitative data can provide valuable information that complements quantitative findings in assessing progress, identifying successes and challenges, and making adjustments to improve services. This session will share best practices in collecting, analyzing, and sharing qualitative data, and an example from Louisiana. Presenters will share resources to support qualitative methods and participants will engage in a […]
Conference: Conference on Research Innovations in Early Interventions Date: March 2018 Presenters: Grace Kelley, Kathy Hebbeler, Donna Spiker, & Betsy Mercier This poster provides an overview of Pay for Success (PFS), an innovative financing mechanism being used to expand early childhood programs. This poster will present results of national and state data analyses of child demographic, […]
Conference: Conference on Research Innovations in Early Interventions Date: March 2018 Presenters: Katrina Martin, Kathy Hebbeler, Cornelia Taylor, Traci Kutaka, Jessica Hardy, & Amy Nicholas This poster contains information on a 7-point scale to summarize the child’s level of functioning relative to age expectations in the three functional outcomes reported on by the Office of Special […]