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    Format: Reference Materials

    Accessing Technical Assistance on IDEA Fiscal Issues

    This flyer is meant to help states better understand the three TA centers that are responsible for responding to issues regarding IDEA fiscal reporting and data collection: IDC, CIFR, and NCSI .The flyer contains, a chart with each center’s objectives and activities that are related to IDEA fiscal data.

    An IDC Resource

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    APR Indicator Data Sources

    A table that connects each SPP/APR Indicator with its required data source.

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    Early Childhood IDEA Centers On Call

    This document is meant to help states better understand the content focus of six TA Centers OSEP funds to provide help with early childhood IDEA issues—DaSy, ECPC, ECTA, IDC, NCPMI, and NCSI.

    An IDC Resource

    Format: Quick Reference

    IDC and PSC: Whom Do I Call and When?

    IDC and the Partner Support Center (PSC) are both available to help states with IDEA Part B 618 data needs. However, each center has a different primary purpose. This resource helps guide states about contacting IDC or PSC when they have Part B 618 data questions or concerns. 

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    ii18 Agenda with Links

    This pdf of the final ii18 agenda includes links to the presentation and handouts on the website

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    Making the Right Call: Improving State Capacity to Meet the Data Collection and Reporting Requirements

    This flyer is meant to help states better understand the content focus of the four TA Centers whose support will build state capacity to use high-quality data to improve outcomes for children with disabilities: CIFR, CIID, IDC, and DaSy.

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    Minimizing Access to PII: Best Practices for Access Controls and Disclosure Avoidance Techniques

    This case study illustrates how specific provisions of the FERPA may be implemented. The case study uses fictional agencies, does not address individual circumstances, and does not consider additional legal requirements that may be required under other federal, state, or local laws.