Questions states should address to examine equity for the young children and families served under IDEA.
Conference: NCES STATS-DC Date: August 2023 Presenter: Ginger Elliott-Teague, Erik Friend, Kathi Gillaspy, Leah Piatt The presenters highlighted why states should incorporate data about special child populations into the SLDS […]
In this webinar for Part C Coordinators, Part C Data Managers, and Part B 619 Coordinators, DaSy shared information about current and upcoming technical assistance opportunities, data-related activities, and supports available for your state’s Part C and Part B 619 programs.
This resource is intended to help Part C and Part B 619 leaders understand, prepare for, and respond to various types of data system disruptions. Part C and Part B 619 programs rely on their data systems to support everyday operations. Many states have experienced an event or circumstance that has limited or restricted their data system(s) from being accessed or used as planned. Disruptions to a state’s data system may jeopardize access to accurate information required to meet a wide range of data use needs.
This session focused on recent revisions to the revised Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center / Center for IDEA Early Childhood Data Systems System Framework to infuse equity more intentionally into the indicators of quality. Participants learned how the framework has been used and then, with colleagues, brainstorm opportunities for applying the framework at both the state and local levels of their systems.
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 […]
What questions should data users, such as program directors, advocates, and policymakers, be asking?
The Self-Assessment for the DaSy Framework is an Excel-based tool that provides a structure for state Part C and Section 619/Preschool programs to record the current status of their state system and set priorities for improvement, and track progress over time.