ECTA and DaSy Center staff discuss the national performance data for indicators C3 and B7, including national data, state variations in performance, and TA resources.
Next session: March 14, 2024. 12:00-1:00p.m. PT / 3:00-4:00p.m. ET.
Monthly meetings on the second Thursday.
Join ECTA and DaSy to discuss and share information about the child and family outcomes. Participating Part C and Part B, Section 619 Coordinators and other state agency staff, especially staff new to their role, will have an opportunity to ask TA providers questions, learn from colleagues around the country, and explore issues in a collegial environment.
Updated for FFY 2022, these checklists help states determine if all required fields in the SPP/APR platform have been completed and all relevant, required content is addressed for each indicator.
Recording now available! Does your state or program use the Child Outcomes Summary (COS) Process? Join us for an overview of a new, free, online tool (the Child Outcomes Summary Knowledge Check or COS-KC) that assesses practitioner knowledge of the COS process.
DaSy and ECTA staff discuss FFY 2020 results from the Indicator C4 Family Outcomes data, including state approaches to surveys, data quality, performance trends, and resources.
Compute response rates for your state’s family survey data and determine if the surveys you received are representative of the target population.
Compare your state’s C4 family outcomes data to the national data in the three sub-indicator areas. Make comparisons to subgroups of states that use the same survey and scoring approach
Some states used additional tools/approaches to measure other family variables. States use survey methods to collect family outcomes data, but the questions and processes vary.
ECTA and DaSy Center staff discuss the national performance data for indicators C3 and B7, including national data, state variations in performance, and TA resources
This session explored available Child Outcomes Summary (COS) resources that help teams focus on functionality, cover the breadth of the outcomes, develop age-anchoring skills, determine ratings with the decision tree, and engage families in COS conversations. Participants discovered how these resources can improve, refresh, or refine team implementation of the COS process. Professional development providers and technical assistance staff using these resources shared strategies for practical implementation of quality learning activities for busy practitioners.