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  • This online learning module provides a general overview of how the methods and design of data collection and analysis affect interpretation of the data. The module presents the different links in the data chain (e.g., defining the question,...
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  • Using national averages for each of the exiting categories, this white paper helps state personnel examine differences in their Part C Exiting data. The paper explores Part C Exiting data category definitions, as well as general and specific trends...
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  • The SSIP Phase II Process Guide describes the steps needed to accomplish the work of the three components of Phase II. It lists tools and resources and defines key terms to support the work.
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  • The presentation providing guiding questions to help states connect SSIP Phase I and Phase II planning.
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  • The presentation provides an overview of how states have improved results for infants, toddlers, and students through coordinated processes and planning at the state and local levels. Strategies include leveraging resources, considering related...
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  • The presentation provides strategies for making predictions of the ways in which improvements in data quality will impact the summary statements and describes different ways to impact and measure changes in data quality over time. This can help...
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  • The webinar provided an overview of survey methodology data issues. It was designed to help participants improve their knowledge about survey development and testing, representativeness, and response rates related to family surveys in Part C and Part...
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  • Validity is about more than results—it is determined by the question asked, the data collection design, and analysis. In this session, presenters led a discussion on what the data can, and cannot, say about outcomes, using examples from a selection...
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