Part C and 619 staff can use this guide to examine potentially problematic terminology used in the field, and identify "an integrated vocabulary and protocol for developing, analyzing, evaluating and disseminating research findings.
Part C and Part B 619 staff can use these tips to increase trust and clarity in publicly reported data and encourage appropriate use of data, particularly when data about historically underserved groups are presented.
Part C and 619 staff can use this tool to develop an awareness for and use of critical language framework to promote equity.
Part C and 619 staff can use this guide to identify language that is problematic and to use preferred language when referring to people.
Part C and Part B 619 staff can use this content to rethink their data visualization processes and tools in order to support racial equity.
This community offers a way for interested individuals to share experiences using the Teaching Strategies (TS) GOLD for outcomes reporting. The group focuses on a variety of topics including training […]
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires states to monitor and enforce IDEA Part C and Part B requirements, with a primary focus on those requirements that are most closely related to improving results and functional outcomes for infants, toddlers, and children with disabilities.
June 22, 2020 The What DaSy 2 Can Do for You! webinar introduced current and upcoming technical assistance opportunities for states Part C and Part B 619 programs. DaSy shared […]
January 3, 2020 Presentation Slides OSEP Memo Regarding Reporting on Correction of Noncompliance in the SPP/APR FAQ Regarding Identification and Correction of Noncompliance and Reporting on Correction in the SPP/APR […]
This 2019 online interactive resource offers an easy-to-understand video that explains how the child outcomes data that local programs collect are converted to the national data reported by the U.S. […]