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Getting started: 10 fundamentals of coordinated state early care and education data systems

Resource Type: Fact Sheets & Briefs
Author(s): Early Childhood Data Collaborative;
Date Issued: August, 2010
Publisher(s): Early Childhood Data Collaborative
Description: Transforming data systems so that they are improvement driven, coordinated and longitudinal lays the groundwork for coordinated state ECE data systems. The 10 ECE Fundamentals outlined here provide the foundation for answering the critical questions that policymakers seek to answer. Of the four domains of services and supports that are fundamental to early child growth and development--health, early intervention programs, family supports and services, and ECE--this framework focuses on the ECE domain. (author abstract)
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Source: Washington, DC: Early Childhood Data Collaborative. Retrieved October 1, 2010, from ECDC brochure FINAL online.pdf
Topics: Service Delivery
Country: United States
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