Tag Archives: Stakeholder(s)

Expectations for Change in Outcome Data

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Conference: IDC Interactive Institutes on High-Quality Data & the SSIP Date: Spring 2015 Presenters: Christina Kasprzak, Debra Tucker, Betsy Ayankoya, Kathi Gillaspy, & Diana Autin This presentation provides considerations for what states can expect to see regarding changes in child outcomes and how they can ensure deep, early, and meaningful stakeholder engagement in evaluation, including […]

Understanding and Effectively Engaging Stakeholders in Data Use

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Conference: IDC Interactive Institutes on High-Quality Data & the SSIP Date: Spring 2015 Presenters: Robin Nelson, Amy Nicholas, Missy Cochenour, & Betsy Ayankoya This workshop highlights how the DaSy Framework can help you engage stakeholders in data use. Engaging stakeholders in data use is critical to the State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) process. The DaSy […]

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 […]

Family and Community Knowledge Systems: New Tools for Engagement

This 2012 report makes the case that developers of early childhood data systems need to look at indicators related to child well-being outside formal systems of education and care. This includes recognizing the role of family and community knowledge systems in child development and documenting the informal learning children acquire from family and community. Published […]

Moving Maryland Forward: Birth through Five system of services for children with disabilities and their families

This 2016 booklet from Maryland provides an example of a data analysis product for a broader audience, including families and legislative representatives. The following elements of Data Use are addressed: DU1c, Pages 13-18 DU1e, DU3a, DU3d, DU4a, & DU6a, entire document DU3b, Pages 12-14, 16 DU5a, Pages 4-9, 10, 12, 14 Published by: Maryland Department […]

Access to and Examination of Records

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This 2015 training module takes a detailed look at a parent’s rights to access and examine the early intervention records of their child. It includes a slideshow presentation, trainer’s guide explaining all content, speakers notes, and multiple handouts. Published by: National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY) Link to Online Learning Module

Data Drives School-Community Collaboration

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This 2015 webpage and related resources are designed to help leaders implement complex data partnerships, with seven key lessons about how to begin and grow a data-driven initiatives. The following elements of Stakeholder Engagement are addressed: SE1a, Pages 5, 9, 26 SElb, Pages 5, 25, 26 SE2b, Pages 12-13, 24, 27 SE3a, Page 15 SE3c, […]

Measuring What Matters: Using Data to Support Family Progress

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This resource provides an overview of how Head Start and Early Head Start programs can use data to engage families and support each family’s progress toward the Office of Head Start (OHS) Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (PFCE) Framework Family Outcomes. Published by: The National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement, Head Start Link […]