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Why, What, Who, and HOW: Improving State Reporting of Local Performance

This toolkit provides an overview of the public reporting requirements in IDEA Section 616. SEAs and Part C lead agencies (LAs) must report on the annual performance of their LEAs and early childhood local programs on the targets in the SPP. The toolkit includes the Section 616 legislation and provides information about why, what, who, and how states can report local performance data. The user-friendly, web-based toolkit allows Part B state directors, 619 coordinators, Part C coordinators, data managers, and other internal and external stakeholders to better understand the scope of what states must report annually about each local programs. The resource goes also beyond the basic requirements for reporting and offers suggestions for ways to present local performance information in easy-to-understand formats for various audiences.

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  • Resource Image:
    616 Local reporting tool thumbnail
  • Published:
    Jun 11, 2018
  • Authors:
    Dan Mello, Terry Long
  • Organizations:
    IDEA Data Center
  • Version:
    1.0
  • Topics:
    Public Reporting of IDEA Data
  • Suggested Citation:

    Mello, D., and Long, T. (2018, March). Why, What, Who, and HOW: Improving State Reporting of Local Performance. IDEA Data Center. Rockville, MD: Westat.

For more information about this resource, contact your IDC state liaison.