The Family Outcomes Data Community of Practice allows individuals to share issues and resources related to family outcomes measurement, including data quality, and
NASDSE 2020 presentation on how data quality can impact results and the identification of root causes and contributing factors for improvement. Presenters: Presenters: Nick Ortiz, Sharon Walsh, and Christina Kasprzak How Measuring Your Preschool Child Outcomes Data Quality Can Lead to
In this session, facilitated by IDC and ECTA staff, we will present information and have a discussion of the changes to the 618 Child Find data collection for preschool educational environments. Educational environments for children ages 3–5 will now require a count of children who are 3 through 5 years of age on the state-determined collection date who are receiving preschool services but will no longer include those children who are age 5 and in kindergarten.
Thinking about improving your data system? Considering replacing it? Join and contribute to a discussion with former data managers as they share lessons they’ve learned. They’ve learned a thing or two based on their own state experience and their technical assistance with dozens of states. From using paper to using spreadsheets, distributed
Given the unprecedented nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, states have many challenges and questions about the collection, reporting, interpretation, and use of their Part C data. In this session, we will focus on supporting Part C leaders with addressing the next 6 months of federal and state data requirements.
A toolkit to help program staff create or enhance their data governance policies and procedures.
A new report, Early Childhood Data: Responding to COVID-19 and Building for the Future, was released today by the Data Quality Campaign and Foresight Law + Policy.
November 22, 2019 Webinar Recording Webinar Slides The ECTA and DaSy Center staff have completed their national child and family outcomes data analysis. They discuss the national performance data for indicators C3, C4, and B7, including national data, state variations in performance, family survey approaches used, and TA resources. The first half of the call […]