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Using ECIDS data to support continuous quality development

Resource Type: Fact Sheets & Briefs
Author(s): Gillaspy, Kathi;
Date Issued: November, 2017
Publisher(s): National Center for Education Statistics
Description: Data products developed from early childhood integrated data systems (ECIDSs) are important tools for engaging in an effective CQI process. This brief will discuss how ECIDS reports and products can inform CQI and how ECIDS staff can help ensure that decisionmakers are aware of ECIDS data, including what data are available and how to use them for CQI in early childhood. (author abstract)
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Source: Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved from https://slds.grads360.org/services/PDCService.svc/GetPDCDocumentFile?fileId=28616
Topics: Service Delivery
Country: United States
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