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    An IDC Resource

    Format: Toolkits and Templates

    Part C Indicator Data Display Wizard

    This Version 2.0 of the Data Display Wizard creates data displays based on user entry of SPP/APR data. The tool gives users various options for displaying that data. LA staff can use this tool to engage with various stakeholders on how to best display reported SPP/APR data based on the audience, message, and purpose of the desired report or presentation.

    An IDC Resource

    Format: Online Applications

    The Uses and Limits of Data: Supporting Data Quality With a Strong Data Chain

    This online learning module provides a general overview of how the methods and design of data collection and analysis affect interpretation of the data. The module presents the different links in the data chain (e.g., defining the question, measurement strategy) and describes how each link contributes to quality of data and data analyses. The module also includes examples from a selection of Part B and Part C SPP/APR indicators to illustrate how each step in the data chain contributes to the integrity of the data and its interpretation

    An IDC Resource

    Format: Guides, Papers, and Reports

    Examining Part C Exiting Data Variation

    Using national averages for each of the exiting categories, this white paper helps state personnel examine differences in their Part C Exiting data. The paper explores Part C Exiting data category definitions, as well as general and specific trends in Part C Exiting data. It also includes suggestions for possible strategies to improve data quality, including clarifying policies and definitions, documenting procedures for implementation of policies, and developing training materials related to reporting exiting data.

    An IDC Resource

    Format: Presentations

    Using State Data to Inform Parent Center Work

    The purpose of this presentation was to introduce PTI and CPRC directors and staff to the IDEA data collected and reported by state education agencies and discuss how these data can be used to inform many of the fourteen priority topics for the PTI/CPRC network. These priorities were  identified in the most recent OSEP requests for proposals for PTI and CPRC funding.