Tag Archives: ECIDS

What is an Early Childhood Integrated Data System?

This 2-page document provides a summary of that an Early Childhood Integrated Data System (ECIDS) is, whom it serves, its purpose, and its relation to Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS). Published by: Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SDLS) State Support Team (SST) What is an Early Childhood Integrated Data System? (PDF)

Using Integrated Data to Support the Transitions in Special Education

Conference: STATS-DC Date: July 2016 Presenters: Meredith Miceli, Missy Coffey, Sherry Franklin, Colleen Murphy, Kriste Elia, & Donna Johnson This 2016 presentation highlights current state approaches and describes how technical assistance is helping states link Part C and Part B data. Linked data can support providers in creating effective transitions and help state agencies see […]

Big Data for Little Kids: The Importance and Utility of Early Childhood Integrated Data Systems

Conference: Zero to Three National Training Institute Date: December 2015 Presenters: Taletha Derrington & Missy Cochenour This poster empowers viewers to participate in the creation and use of Early Childhood Integrated Data Systems (ECIDS) that link data across sectors to support decision-making and enhance the health and well-being of young children and their families. Poster: […]

Why Should EI/ECSE Participate in Early Childhood Integrated Data Systems?

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Conference: Division for Early Childhood (DEC) Date: October 2015 Presenters: Amy Nicholas, Missy Cochenour This presentation provides participants with information about why states are building early Childhood Integrated Data Systems (ECIDSs), and the benefits and considerations for EI/ECSE to participate in those systems. State EI/ECSE presenters describe their perspectives and experiences with ECIDS initiatives. Presentation: […]

Integrated Data Systems: An Emerging Tool to Support Services for Low-Income Hispanic Families with Young Children

This 2015 brief explores how integrated data systems (IDS) data may be an important and cost-efficient resource for better understanding public service use among low-income Hispanics in the United States. Published by: National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families Integrated Data Systems: An Emerging Tool to Support Services for Low-Income Hispanic Families with Young […]