Tag Archives: Equity

Data Leadership – What it Means for Equity

A recent Targeted TA Leadership Series session, Data Leadership – What it Means for Equity, provided an introduction to what it means to use data to lead for equity through the use of critical questions that program leaders should ask to gain greater understanding of inequities. Learn more about the session and Watch the webinar […]

Using Data from Families of Young Children to Advance Program Equity

Conference: Division for Early Childhood’s (DEC) 36th Annual International Conference on Young Children with Special Needs and Their Families Date: January 2021 Presenters: Siobhan Colgan, Cornelia Taylor, Sharon Loza, and Justine Rogoff It is an ongoing challenge to reach and receive input from all families of young children, especially those experiencing ongoing hardships and institutionalized […]

Using Child Outcomes Data to Understand Equity

In this session, participants will explore a hypothetical state scenario where they will examine child outcomes data disaggregated by race, ethnicity, and other factors. Participants will work with each other and TA providers to propose the critical questions that they want to ask and develop

Using Part C Family Outcomes Data to Examine Equity and Representativeness

In this session, we will provide information on how to analyze Family Outcomes data to identify program improvement opportunities for addressing response rate representativeness and equity. We will describe an example of a self-assessment tool adapted using the Family Outcomes Measurement System Framework that some states are currently using to examine Family Outcomes representativeness and equity.

Race Equity and Leadership: Working to Strengthen Our Leadership and Build More Equitable Systems

At this pivotal opportunity in history, we need strong leaders who are willing to ask tough questions, challenge the status quo, and call out biases and structural oppression. How can you become that kind of leader? This session is designed to inspire and support state Part C and Section 619 leaders in building their capacity to address issues of inequity in their systems.