IDC Interactive Institutes are opportunities for state Part B or Part C teams to learn from each other and TA providers about innovative data quality practices and tools states can use to facilitate improved results for infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities and their families. IDC designs the Interactive Institutes to support states in improving their capacity to meet IDEA 618 and 616 data collection and reporting requirements. The goal is to empower state teams with the most current information on building a culture of high-quality data and data use at state and local levels to support improved results for infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities.

Select the appropriate image below to access the materials from IDC’s 2016 Interactive Institutes on High-Quality Part B Data (ii16) or 2015 Interactive Institutes on High-Quality Data & the SSIP (ii15).

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    Interactive Institutes on High-Quality Part B Data - 2016

    The IDC Interactive Institutes on High-Quality Part B Data were designed to empower Part B state teams with the most current information on improving results for children and youth with disabilities by building a culture of high-quality data and data use at state and local levels.
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    Interactive Institutes on High-Quality Data & the SSIP - 2015

    The IDC Interactive Institutes On High-Quality Data & the SSIP focused on building capacity of states to obtain and use high-quality data to plan, implement, and evaluate their SSIP.

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