Families are key stakeholders in state and local data conversations. They provide a unique perspective that is critical for program improvement. This session introduced the Family Data Leader Pilot project. This project is a collaboration between the Center for Parent Information and Resources and Center for IDEA Early Childhood Data Systems. Participants increased their knowledge about what types of data there are, why data is collected and how data drives improvement with a focus on equity. Participants also gained strategies to successfully participate in data discussions.
To address the impact of privacy regulations on the exchange of information among EHDI, Part C, health providers, and families, NCHAM has gathered information from various states regarding how they facilitate the exchange of information with other EHDI stakeholders.
This session explored the many strategies that Part C and Part B 619 program leaders in one state are using to elevate family voice in program improvement planning. Join us to explore successes and lessons learned related to this equity-focused work to support families as advisors and partners.
Part C and 619 staff can use the tools and strategies in this webinar to define the role of families and community members on equitable data teams, engage families in meaningful data conversations, and collaborate with families and other community partners in using data.
This report is a comprehensive compilation and analysis of the most recent and reliable national and state-by-state data on population, poverty, family structure, family income, health, nutrition, early childhood development, […]
Conference: Division for Early Childhood’s 34th Annual International Conference on Young Children with Disabilities Date: October 2018 Presenters: Amy Nicholas, Stephanie Moss, Darla Gundler This session draws on the experiences of […]
This 2018 paper from the Global Family Research Project highlights the critical role of family engagement in creating equitable learning pathways for children, and offers promising high-leverage areas that can […]
Family leaders can be crucial in developing and implementing policies, procedures, and practices that meet the needs of the children and families served by EI and ECSE programs. It is […]
Family members can take an active role in understanding and using data from the family survey and child outcomes process to participate in program improvement activities. Family leadership can take […]
Conference: Division for Early Childhood’s 33rd Annual International Conference on Young Children with Special Needs and Their Families Date: October 2017 Presenters: Darla Gundler, Amy Nicholas, & Kerry Belodoff This […]