Early Childhood Data Collaborative

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Early Childhood Data Collaborative. Center for the Study of Child Care Employment at UC Berkeley Council of Chief State School OfficersData Quality CampaignNational Center for Children in PovertyNational Governors AssociationNational Council of State LegislaturesPre-K Now. ECDC Goals:. Documen

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1. Early Childhood Data Collaborative

2. Early Childhood Data Collaborative Center for the Study of Child Care Employment at UC Berkeley Council of Chief State School Officers Data Quality Campaign National Center for Children in Poverty National Governors Association National Council of State Legislatures Pre-K Now

3. ECDC Goals: Document current state early childhood data efforts, and the priorities of state policymakers and other key audiences for improving early childhood data systems and data use; Generate a template of key policy questions, essential elements or capabilities of exemplary state early childhood data system, and actions to promote data-based decision making; Create policy tools, resources, and services that build political will and support states to develop and use comprehensive early childhood data systems that link with K-12.

4. Webinar Agenda Introduction/History (Helene Stebbins, NCCP) Learning from DQC’s K-12 Longitudinal Data Systems Efforts (Elizabeth Laird, DQC) State Examples (Jennifer Stedron, NCSL) Key Policy Questions (Tom Schultz, CCSSO) Future Activities (Albert Wat, Pre-K Now) Questions Head Start Act of 2007 “The State Advisory Council shall…develop recommendations regarding the establishment of a unified data collection system for public early childhood education and development programs and services throughout the state.” President’s Budget: Early Learning Challenge Fund A coordinated zero to five data infrastructure to collect essential information on where young children spend their time and the effectiveness of programs that serve them. HR 3221: Early Learning Challenge Grant “A coordinated data infrastructure that facilitates— uniform data collection about the quality of early learning programs, essential information about the children and families that participate in such programs, and the qualifications and compensation of the early learning workforce in such programs; and alignment and interoperability between the data system for early learning programs for children and data systems for elementary and secondary education.” State progress demonstrated by: increasing the percentage of disadvantaged children in each age group (infants, toddlers, and preschoolers) who participate in high-quality early learning programs; increasing the number of high-quality early learning programs in low-income communities; Head Start Act of 2007 “The State Advisory Council shall…develop recommendations regarding the establishment of a unified data collection system for public early childhood education and development programs and services throughout the state.” President’s Budget: Early Learning Challenge Fund A coordinated zero to five data infrastructure to collect essential information on where young children spend their time and the effectiveness of programs that serve them. HR 3221: Early Learning Challenge Grant “A coordinated data infrastructure that facilitates— uniform data collection about the quality of early learning programs, essential information about the children and families that participate in such programs, and the qualifications and compensation of the early learning workforce in such programs; and alignment and interoperability between the data system for early learning programs for children and data systems for elementary and secondary education.” State progress demonstrated by: increasing the percentage of disadvantaged children in each age group (infants, toddlers, and preschoolers) who participate in high-quality early learning programs; increasing the number of high-quality early learning programs in low-income communities;

5. Moving along the Accountability Spectrum Compliance Reporting Accountability (rearview mirror view—what we did well/not so well) Continuous Improvement (looking out the front window)

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