Minnesota’s Outcome Measurement System. For Infants, Toddlers and Preschool Children with Disabilities and their Families, including young children with Hearing Loss. Contact Information. Lisa Backer ECSE Specialist Minnesota Department of Education 651.582.8473 [email protected]
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For Infants, Toddlers and Preschool Children with Disabilities and their Families, including young children with Hearing Loss
Outcome data is an added data requirement
Professional organizations for EC personnel include and describe ongoing assessment in their recommended practices and position statements. For example:
State Level: By comparing data across programs, states can identify effective programs
Program Level: Local agencies can examine intervention services, settings and practices
Teachers and other service providers can use data
Individual child outcomes data can be used to identify children needing additional help and communicate child progress to parents.
States must implement an accountability system that produces quality for reporting purposes and for program improvement at the federal, state, and local levels.
The ultimate goal is to have quality policies and practices in place, providing high quality services for young children and their families, resulting in the best possible outcomes for children and families.
Percent who report that early intervention services have helped the family:
A. Know their rights;
B. Effectively communicate their children\'s needs; and
C. Help their children develop and learn.
…States must publicly report the status of each local program in achieving the child outcome targets.
Each outcome is a snapshot of:
This outcome refers to the ways young children…
It also includes the manner in which a child expresses emotions and feelings and learns social rules and expectations.
This outcome refers to young children’s abilities to think, reason, remember, problem solve, and use symbols and language.
It refers to young children’s knowledge and understanding of the world around them and of early concepts (e.g., symbols, numbers, spatial relationships, etc.). Children’s early literacy is included as part of the outcome statement for Part B/619 only.
This outcome refers to children’s abilities to take care of themselves in different settings:
It also addresses children’s integration of motor abilities to complete tasks and interact with their world.