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State Activities in Measuring Child Outcomes. Lynne Kahn, Donna Spiker , Melissa Raspa , & Kathleen Hebbeler ECO Center. Presented at: International Society on Early Intervention ( ISEI ) New York City, May 2011. How states responded to the requirement to report outcomes data.

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state activities in measuring child outcomes

State Activities in Measuring Child Outcomes

Lynne Kahn, Donna Spiker, Melissa Raspa, & Kathleen Hebbeler

ECO Center

Presented at: International Society on Early Intervention (ISEI)

New York City, May 2011

how states responded to the requirement to report outcomes data
How states responded to the requirement to report outcomes data
  • Involved stakeholders to
    • Consider existing data being collected on children
    • Established values and principles for their data collection
  • Chose an approach that matched context and values

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

to collect quality data
To Collect Quality Data
  • Provided training and TA to improve the quality of assessment data (and the use of the COSF)
  • Established supervision and quality assurance strategies
  • Built outcomes into monitoring procedures
  • Adapted data systems or strategies to collect and analyze outcomes data

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

reporting on child progress
Reporting on Child Progress

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

part c outcomes all states weighted by child count
Part C Outcomes: All states, weighted by child count

a. Did not improve functioning

b. Improved functioning, but not sufficient to move nearer to functioning comparable to same-aged peers

c. Improved functioning to a level nearer to same-aged peers but did not reach it

d. Improved functioning to reach a level comparable to same-aged peers

e. Maintained functioning at a level comparable to same-aged peers

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part c outcomes 29 states w quality data weighted by child count
Part C Outcomes: 29 States w/ quality data weighted by child count

Social relationships

Knowledge and skills

Meets needs

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

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Part C: Percent of children moving closer to age expectations

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

ecse preschool outcomes all states weighted by child count
ECSE Preschool Outcomes: All states, weighted by child count

a. Did not improve functioning

b. Improved functioning, but not sufficient to move nearer to functioning comparable to same-aged peers

c. Improved functioning to a level nearer to same-aged peers but did not reach it

d. Improved functioning to reach a level comparable to same-aged peers

e. Maintained functioning at a level comparable to same-aged peers

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

ecse preschool outcomes 33 states w quality data weighted by child count
ECSE Preschool Outcomes: 33 States w/ quality data weighted by child count

Social relationships

Knowledge and skills

Meets needs

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

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ECSE Preschool: Percent of children moving closer to age expectations

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

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ECSE Preschool : Percent of children exiting at age expectations

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

summary national picture
Summary: National Picture
  • Part C and Part B Preschool have gone from having no data in 2003 to 4 years worth of data by 2011.
  • There are still issues with the data but it continues to improve because of state diligence.
  • No other national early childhood program has this kind of information.
  • No other program in the U.S. Department of Education has this kind of information.

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