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Make Data Accessible: 5 Steps to Create a Data Story

This post was co-authored by Phil Sirinides from the University of Pennsylvania Consortium for Policy Research in Education (CPRE).

Developing data stories can help state administrators and state/local program staff share their learning to inform strategies and program improvement.

The View is Worth the Climb: Why and How to Integrate Part C and Part B 619 Data in ECIDS

Recent state work on Early Childhood Integrated Data Systems (ECIDS) has required representatives from multiple programs that provide early childhood services. Among those programs are IDEA Part C and Part B Section 619, which have been early priorities for ECIDS integration.

Empowering Young Learners in a Media-Rich World

Those who work with young children (including parents, educators, and researchers) need to understand this world so they can appropriately navigate media use during early childhood.

These Simple Steps Can Increase Collaboration and Improve Project Outcomes

In our service delivery system, it is possible for providers to serve the same people without even knowing it. For the sake of children and families, we must make sense out of these complex systems. In our experience, one proven way to do that is by promoting purposeful approaches to stakeholder collaboration.