Tag Archives: Analysis

Essentials of Data Operations: Getting Data into Your Data System (so you can use it)

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Presenters: Jim Campbell, Missy Cochenour, & Baron Rodriguez This 2013 presentation is primarily about the operations of a data system, including defining data elements, data collection, linkages, and analysis. In other words, how to successfully get data into your data system. Other areas of focus will include the advantages of interoperability, privacy and confidentiality considerations, […]

Data Analysis to Guide Improvement of Child Outcomes

Chart: Some inferences are more actionable than others

Presenters: Cornelia Taylor, Lynne Kahn, & Taletha Derrington This 2013 presentation provides hypothetical data for participants to review and discuss. The data exercise includes examples of analyses that lead to implications for improving data quality and guides decisions about strategies for program improvement. Presentation: Data Analysis to Guide Improvement of Child Outcomes

The Status of Part C Data Systems – 2013

This presentation provides an overview of selected findings from the 2013 ITCA national survey of Part C coordinators about data collection, infrastructure, security, validation, and analyses. Presented at the Improving Data, Improving Outcomes Conference in September 2013 The Status of Part C Data Systems

Family and Child Outcomes Data: Drill-Down and Linkages

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This 2013 session will review hypothetical state family outcomes data and examine indicators of data quality and patterns in the family outcomes data, and link data to examine connections between family outcomes and child outcomes. Implications of analyses for developing targeted data-based improvement activities will be discussed. Presented by: 2013 Improving Data, Improving Outcomes Conference […]

Where the Rubber Hits the Road: Tools and Strategies for Using Child Outcomes Data for Program Improvement

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This session shares ECO-developed tools designed to help state and local programs analyze, interpret, and use outcomes data. Presented at the Improving Data, Improving Outcomes Conference in September 2013. Where the Rubber Hits the Road: Tools and Strategies for Using Child Outcomes Data for Program Improvement Pattern Checking Table Analyzing Child Outcomes Data Guidance Table […]

A Guide to Analyzing Data from the Family Outcomes Survey

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This 2009 document is specifically geared toward analyzing family outcomes using the ECO Survey. However, some analyses can be generalized more broadly. The document reviews the types of analyses that can be done and how they are useful to state and local jurisdictions. The following elements of Data Use are addressed: DU1a & DU6c, entire […]

How state education agencies in the Northeast and Islands Region support data-driven decision-making in districts and schools

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This 2009 report examines the initiatives of state education agencies in the Northeast and Islands Region to support data-driven decision making in districts and schools and describes the service providers hired to support this work. The report identifies four components of data-driven decision making initiatives and finds that not all initiatives include all four. Published […]

2009 Kids Count Data Book

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This 2009 annual data book provides thoughts on the state of data use in systems serving children and describes the need for improvements in early childhood and special education systems and in data collection, analysis, and linking. Published by The Annie E. Casey Foundation 2009 Kids Count Data Book