While Colorado as a state has the highest Indicator 6 data in the country, the Preschool Team at the Colorado Department of Education sought to more deeply understand the quality of inclusive practices being implemented in publicly funded preschool classrooms across the state.
This short video from the Connecticut Birth to Three System can help parents and service coordinators with the family survey that is sent out to families in Birth to Three for at least 6 months as of Feb 1st each year.
This video series is designed to support program efforts toward systemic and integrated engagement. Rooted in the Office of Head Start (OHS) Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (PFCE) Framework, the videos highlight examples of innovative approaches to engagement that foster strong relationships with families and lead to positive outcomes for children and families. Both the […]
This guide helps families determine if their child’s early intervention or special education program is meeting his or her needs through three “child outcomes”. Published by: National Parent Technical Assistance Center at PACER Center & ECTA Center A Family Guide to Participating in the Child Outcomes Measurement Process (PDF)
This webpage offers key components of a quality approach to informing families about the collection of child and family outcome data. Published by: The Early Childhood Technical Assistance (ECTA) Center Family Participation in Data Collection
This 2013 document provides questions parents can ask school officials to ensure that their child is on track to graduate college and career ready. Published by Data Quality Campaign (DQC) What Every Parent Should Be Asking About Education Data