We are excited to offer this online workshop with IDIO keynote speaker Heather Krause from We All Count. The workshop covers We All Count’s Data Equity Framework from top to bottom and gives participants the training they need to evaluate data equity and apply tools to correct (and, most importantly, prevent!) critical issues in your work.
Conference: OSEP Leadership Conference Date: July 2023 Presenter: Sue Barlow, Michelle Lewis, Nicholas Ortiz, Kellen Reid In this poster from the 2023 OSEP Leadership Conference, DaSy highlights its mission, services, […]
The Part C Data Leadership Convening is designed for Part C Data Managers and other state staff who play an important role in data leadership. This in-person event is intended to help Part C Data Managers assess personal and team level Data Leadership Competencies and strengthen those essential to achieving levels of program quality articulated in the DaSy System Framework.
Multiple family voices at the table are essential. Family members will reveal unseen successes, barriers, issues, or problems. They will suggest and recommend improvements. They will define and celebrate successes. With well-supported and compensated Family Data Leaders with flexible opportunities for input, states and local programs can better meet goals with and for children and families. Don’t miss out on family members’ voices and expertise.
Many folks have been engaged in equity work at a personal and professional level. But what does it mean to have an equitable system? This session focused on how to intentionally include equity in your system through the indicators of quality in the revised ECTA/ DaSy System Framework. We shared how to use data at the leadership level to inform policy development, and provide opportunity to dig deep to identify needs, priorities, and opportunities for action at both the state and local level within your own system.
Data can help Part C and Part B 619 program coordinators, data managers and staff improve outcomes for children and families by strengthening their understanding of the needs of the children and families served and by operating the program more efficiently and effectively.
During this session, DaSy staff discussed how Part C and Part B program staff can leverage data linking to answer complex questions of interest. The presenters showed and described the new Data Linking Toolkit which is comprised of multiple sections that include downloadable tools to support Part C and Part B 619 program staff as they consider, prepare, and successfully link their data. In addition, North Carolina shared their recent experience linking Part C and Part B 619 data in their state across two state agencies.
This presentation introduced DaSy’s newly developed data leadership competencies. These competencies describe what a state data leader or state team must know and be able to do in order to effectively lead the development of a state data infrastructure and culture.
Monday, October 3, 2022 Presenters: Bruce Bull & Nicholas Ortiz As state agencies increasingly use data for multiple purposes, data governance becomes essential to ensure that clear policies and procedures […]
The presentation reviewed the process and components of a programmatic use case, discussed how to use the programmatic use case and reviewed a state example. Lastly, the session engaged in a small group activity to create a draft use case based on the DaSy Critical Questions.