Tag Archives: Linkage

Collaboration through Information Sharing: Building Early Childhood Integrated Data Systems

Puzzle pieces spell Win Win

Conference: Head Start’s 12th National Research Conference on Early Childhood Date: July 2014 Presenters: Jennifer Tschantz, Missy Cochenour, Donna Spiker, Lynne Kahn, Kathleen Hebbeler, Lauren Barton, & Suzanne Raber These presentations are part of a symposium that describes the national landscape of federal investments and resources to develop integrated and longitudinal state level data systems. […]

Current Status and Future Priorities: Statewide Data Systems for IDEA Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education

Pie chart system agreement

Conference: Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention (CRIEI) Date: February 2014 Presenters: Donna Spiker, Kathleen Hebbeler, Martha Diefendorf & Taletha Derrington This poster displays selected findings about the current status of Part C and Part B 619 data systems and where states are in moving to improve their data systems. Poster: Current Status and […]

Improving Outcomes Through Knowledge: The Power of Early Childhood State Databases

EC Integrated Data Sytstem components

Conference: Division for Early Childhood (DEC) Date: October 2013 Presenters: Martha Diefendorf, Taletha Derrington, Kathleen Hebbeler, Donna Spiker, & Lynne Kahn This presentation summarizes where states are in building such systems and introduce a new federally-funded center helping states address challenges to having better data on children receiving early intervention and preschool special education. Presentation: […]

Data Partnerships to Ensure that Professionals Who Work with Children with Special Needs are Represented

A Comprehensive Early Childhood Framework

Conference: National Registry Alliance Meeting Date: October 2013 Presenters: Denise Mauzy & Missy Cochenour This 2013 presentation discusses the importance of including IDEA programs and services in states’ registries and reviews standards and tools that support states’ efforts. Presentation: Data Partnerships to Ensure that Professionals Who Work with Children with Special Needs are Represented

More than Referral: Linkages between Early Intervention and Child Welfare Data and Improved Child Outcomes

More than Referral (title slide)

Presenters: Taletha Derrington, Bruce Sheppard, Ardith Ferguson, Christy Scott, & Kenneth Smith This 2013 collection of presentations discuss implementation issues and their implications for state IDEA data systems. Panelists from three states describe their states’ linkages and discuss how implementation issues have been addressed and how linkages have been (or could be) used to improve […]

IDEA Part C and Part B 619 Data Systems: Current Status and Future Priorities

The ECTA/ECO Bunch (8 photos)

Presenters: Ruth Ryder, Meredith Miceli, Lynne Kahn, Kathy Hebbeler, & Donna Spiker These 2013 presentations were presented during the opening plenary of the Improving Data, Improving Outcomes conference. The first presentation discusses the DaSy Center Needs Assessment that was conducted with all states and territories. It reviews the purposes, methods, response rates, and highlights of […]

Essentials of Data Operations: Getting Data into Your Data System (so you can use it)

Interoperability diagram from Cisco

Presenters: Jim Campbell, Missy Cochenour, & Baron Rodriguez This 2013 presentation is primarily about the operations of a data system, including defining data elements, data collection, linkages, and analysis. In other words, how to successfully get data into your data system. Other areas of focus will include the advantages of interoperability, privacy and confidentiality considerations, […]