Development of Child Outcomes and Indicators. NH Cornerstone Project Preschool Subcommittee Meeting February 15, 2005 Martha Diefendorf. Cornerstone Project. focuses on developing an outcomes measurement system BUT
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NH Cornerstone Project
Preschool Subcommittee Meeting
February 15, 2005
Early Childhood Outcomes Center
developing an outcomes measurement system
Child outcomes are also called:
= Early learning guidelines
= Performance standards
= Readiness standards
= Desired results
= Widely held expectations
= Building blocks
An outcome is:
An outcome is NOT:
children be assessed with the
The ultimate goal of early intervention and early childhood special education programs
to enable young children to be active and successful participants during the early childhood years and in the future in a variety of settings– in their homes with their families, in child care, preschool or school programs, and in the community.
Child outcome “X” encompasses a child’s ability to: [bulleted list of sub-outcomes]
Families can better support a child in Outcome “X” when:
[bulleted list of family outcomes/sub-outcomes]
EI & ECSE programs can assist families and promote positive outcomes for children in Outcome “X” by:
[bulleted list of program features/supports/services]
Note: We use evidence statements to convince others of the benefits of programs or services to garner support and justify their continuation.
% of families who have achieved the outcome at the end of participation in Part C and/or Part B preschool program
% of families who have made progress from the beginning to the end of their participation in Part C and/or 619
% of families who are satisfied with the progress their family has made over a specified period of time.
4. Winnow down the list of sub-outcomes
5. Give final product to Task Force who will: