Early childhood data systems: Putting data to work
|Resource Type:||Fact Sheets & Briefs|
|Author(s):||Sirinides, Philip; Fink, Ryan;|
|Date Issued:||March, 2014|
|Publisher(s):||Regional Educational Laboratory Mid-Atlantic|
|Description:||The states in the Mid-Atlantic region (Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia) are not only in different stages of system design, development, and use, but also have different overall strategies for system governance and integration. State personnel who lead the collection and analysis of early childhood data have noted that the volume and sophistication of demands on state data are growing. To address this need, REL Mid-Atlantic convened a regional workgroup for the state staffs that design, manage, and use data systems (referred to here as the Data Workgroup). This workgroup provides a forum for regular peer exchange of ideas and strategies for collecting, analyzing, and using state data. Hearing a range of perspectives gives the states an opportunity to identify common challenges and learn about innovative solutions. This report offers a summary of the lessons learned and overall themes of the workgroup meetings that took place during 2013, but is not meant to detail the issues state by state. (author abstract)|
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