Format: PresentationsWhere Do They Go? Capturing Accurate Part C Exiting Data
The presentation explored challenges that states and local regions face in accurately capturing Part C Exiting reasons. The IDC Part C Exiting workgroup has been developing a tool to assist with these challenges. The presentation was interactive, drawing on the experiences of new and seasoned data managers.
Format: PresentationsOverview of IDEA Discipline Data Reporting Infographic
The presentation reviewed a new TA tool that summarizes the basics of reporting IDEA discipline data in the six EDFacts file formats. Presenters described and demonstrated the new IDC infographic, discussed how SEAs and LEAs can use it to improve the quality of their discipline data, and requested audience input.
Format: PresentationsStandards, Assessments, and Indicator 3: A Landscape of the States to Facilitate Interactive Discussions on Data Quality Challenges for Indicator 3
Members of IDC's Tools and Products Assessment workgroup presented an overview of states and entities across several pertinent variables: a) current information on each state's standards, current state assessments, and assessment plans; and b) 2011-12 information on Part B Indicator 3. Presenters conducted an interactive discussion identifying data quality issues around Indicator 3 and solicited suggestions for tools and products to improve data quality for this indicator.
Format: PresentationsForming Evaluation Questions for Your SSIP Evaluation
This presentation focuses on the development of evaluation questions during SSIP evaluation planning.
Format: PresentationsEvaluating Infrastructure Changes
During this presentation, the IDC Evaluation Team helped participants recognize current improvement strategies related to infrastructure development, understanding the value of evaluating infrastructure changes, and learning how to put the evaluation of infrastructure to practical use.
Format: PresentationsThe Role of Business Rules in High-Quality Data
Presenters provided an overview of the importance of high-quality data and the role business rules play in achieving high-quality data. This session was designed to educate IDEA Part B state staff about the purpose and benefits of creating and updating business rules for their data systems to submit high-quality data to OSEP and for analyses that extend beyond federal reporting.
Format: PresentationsImproving Infrastructure to Support SSIP Implementation
The presentation provides information to help states think about the early steps and process for infrastructure development. The ECTA System Framework is a reference on specific components of the systems identified for improvement. Helpful handouts are included with this posting.