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Reporting and Using Data to Ensure Successful Transitions in Early Childhood Webinar
This webinar highlighted the IDEA state reporting requirements for early childhood transitions for both Part C and Part B, found in the SPP/APR Part C Indicator 8 and Part B Indicators 11 and 12. Participants shared resources related to transition, data collection, and reporting, as well as the use of both Part C and Part B data to facilitate high quality transitions. North Dakota's Part C coordinator and data manager and Montana's 619 coordinator and data manager described how their states collect and use transition data to ensure smooth transitions for all young children as they turn three and move from early intervention services to preschool 619 services.
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State Performance Plan - SPP and Annual Performance Report - APR, Part B, Part C, 618 Data
B11 Child Find, B12 Part C to Part B Transition, C8 Transition
transition, early childhood, B11, B12, SPP, APR, C8, North Dakota, Montana, early intervention services
Carlson, A., McCarthy, D., Rainey,
A., Cate, D., and Ringwalt, S. (2016, April). Reporting and
Using Data to Ensure Successful Transitions in Early Childhood. [Recording]. IDEA Data Center, Montana Office of
Public Instruction, North Dakota Department of Human Services. Rockville, MD:
Westat. Retrieved [date] from https://ideadata.org/resource-library/56fe68e6150ba0c9068b4591/.
This website was developed under a grant from the U.S. Department of Education for The National Technical Assistance Center to Improve State Capacity to Accurately Collect and Report IDEA Data, #H373Y130002. The contents and resources on this website do not necessarily represent the policy or reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Education.