Many missing pieces: The difficult task of linking early childhood data and school-based data systems

Resource Type: Other
Author(s): Bornfreund, Laura; Severns, Maggie;
Date Issued: October, 2010
Publisher(s): New America Foundation
Description: The authors outline the main challenges states face in integrating early childhood data into their K-12 statewide longitudinal data systems. Proposals from recent grant winners are analyzed and data collection strategies are presented. Recommendations are made at both the federal and state levels to support the optimal use of early childhood data for all stakeholders.
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Funder(s): Foundation for Child Development ; W. Clement & Jessie V. Stone Foundation ; A. L. Mailman Family Foundation
Source: Washington, DC: New America Foundation. Retrieved from https://static.newamerica.org/attachments/2357-many-missing-pieces/NAF_ManyMissingPieces.311702b4e89b4b09ae818c049a8797c7.pdf
Topics: Service Delivery
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