Tag Archives: Linkage

Linking Data to Increase Access to Part C Services for Young Children who have Experienced Abuse or Neglect

Conference: Division for Early Childhood’s (DEC) 32nd Annual International Conference on Young Children with Special Needs and Their Families Date: October 2016 Presenters: Lisa Balivet, Kenneth Smith, Christy Scott, Lenita Hartman, Lorendia Schmidt, Haidee Bernstein, Kathleen Hebbeler, Donna Spiker, & Taletha Derrington The presentation shares information on the data linkages that Alaska and Colorado implemented […]

Maryland: Establishing Partnerships to Build Data Use Capacity

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This 2016 State Spotlight describes the partnership between the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) and the Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education to build a statewide longitudinal data system with linkages across early intervention, early childhood special education, school-age special education, and general education. The brief also offers guiding questions for other […]

Data Linkages Between Part C and Part B – Transition Notification

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This 2016 state spotlight describes how Kansas and Wisconsin implemented changes to their data systems and program practices to meet new IDEA notification requirements for the transition from Part C to Part B. It also provides implications for other states’ consideration to promote effective and responsive transition for children with disabilities and their families. By […]

The Importance of Personnel Data

Conference: OSEP Virtual Leadership Date: February 2016 Presenter: Donna Spiker This 2016 presentation was one of the 4 included in the 2016 OSEP Virtual Leadership Conference Foundational Pre-Work Creating Systems of Effective Personnel Development Session. It explores what it means to have a high-quality personnel development system and highlights practices that are being used to […]

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: […]

Part C and 619 Involvement With Integrated Early Childhood Data

Part C and 619 Involvement with Integrated Early Childhood Data

Conference: OSEP Leadership Date: July 2015 Presenters: Moderated by Missy Cochenour This presentation addresses the value and benefits of linked/integrated data for Part C and 619. State presenters share how the critical questions are driving their participation in data sharing activities with other early childhood programs. Presentation: Part C and 619 Involvement with Integrated Early Childhood Data

Does Your Data System Answer Your Critical Questions?

Conference: STATS-DC Date: July 2015 Presenters: Abby Winer, Grace Kelley, & Brendan Ibe This session discusses the critical questions a high-quality data system must be able to answer and the important questions it should be able to answer through integration into an ECIDS or SLDS in order to improve outcomes for children and youth in […]

Exploring the Role of Part C and Section 619 Participation in Designing and Using Linked/Integrated Early Childhood Data

Conference: DaSy-ECIDS Topical Meeting Date: March 2015 Presenters: Missy Cochenour, Kathi Gillaspy, Grace Kelley, Denise Mauzy, Amy Nicholas, Jeff Sellers, and Sharon Walsh This presentation and associated handouts give states an introduction to the advantages/value of linked/integrated data and participating in their state’s Early Childhood Integrated Data System (ECIDS). It is intended to increase knowledge […]