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  • 2022 Annual CASE Conference

    This year's Council of Administrators of Special Education conference--Facing the Future Together--will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah. Join IDC's own Rachel Wilkinson and Joanna Bivins for Demystifying Root Cause Analysis, Fred Edora and Sarah Walker for Game On! Using Gamification To Actively Engage Stakeholders with Data, and Tom Munk and Lee Anne Sulzberger for Addressing Equity, Inclusion, and Opportunity Using the IDEA Data's Center's Success Gaps Toolkit

  • DEC & ISEI Joint Conference

    The 2022 Division for Early Childhood (DEC) / International Society of Early Intervention (ISEI) joint conference is just on the horizon, and IDC will be on hand in Chicago, Illinois, for the event.  Join Vera Stroup-Rentier and Tanya Collins for Advancing Preschool Inclusion Using Preschool Educational Environments Data.

  • News Type: News, Announcements

    A Date with Data, Episode 6: Two-Stepping in Nashville

    In this episode of A Date with Data, we’re on stage at the 2022 IDC Interactive Institute in Music City, USA. Join us as host Amy Bitterman performs a duet with Amy Patterson, IDEA Part B Data Manager with the Kentucky Department of Education, to learn more about her role as a data-quality influencer. Up next, Amy two-steps with Richelle Davis from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs for her perspective on the importance of states and districts understanding the “why” behind collecting high-quality data—including how the data drive policy and decisionmaking.

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    On Stage in Nashville, Tennessee: A Date with Data at ii22

    In this episode of A Date with Data, we’re on stage at the 2022 IDC Interactive Institute in Music City, USA. Join us as host Amy Bitterman performs a duet with Amy Patterson, IDEA Part B Data Manager with the Kentucky Department of Education, to learn more about her role as a data-quality influencer. Up next, Amy two-steps with Richelle Davis from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs for her perspective on the importance of states and districts understanding the “why” behind collecting high-quality data—including how the data drive policy and decisionmaking.

  • News Type: News

    Upcoming: IDC Webinar

    Have questions about how to respond to the requirements for SPP/APR compliance indicators? Do you lie awake at night wondering how much specificity is enough specificity when you respond to those requirements? And what about addressing compliance or the correction and verification of non-compliance findings in your state’s SPP/APR? Join host Nancy Johnson to learn more about these all-important requirements, in addition to real-life stories and strategies from states about how they get it all done.

  • News Type: Announcements, Blog Post

    The New EDFacts Collection Package: Where to Begin

    You may have heard that the EDFacts Information Collection Package for SY2022–23, 2023–24, and 2024–25 is now available. You may even have already begun to explore everything it has to offer. Or maybe, just maybe, you may now be wondering where to begin. Where indeed? The answer to that question is to first familiarize yourself with what has changed, including Section 618 data technical corrections, revisions to data collection categories, and the addition of some brand-new elements to the collections.

  • News Type: News, Announcements

    A Date with Data, Episode 5: First Date with the First State

    For 20 years, the Delaware Department of Education has partnered with the state’s Parent Information Center to facilitate family engagement. How do these partners maintain their strong bond? Host Amy Bitterman sits down with Mary Ann Mieczkowski, Barbara Mazza, and Meedra Surratte to find out.