States are beginning to make progress toward building and using coordinated state early care and education data systems. Although states have more work to do to ensure ECE data are collected and used for continuous improvement, promising state practices are beginning to emerge.
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Colorado's recently awarded $17.4 million Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems Grant View Case Study
As part of the Early Childhood Information System, 2009 Connecticut legislation mandated the View Case Study
The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) Student Information System includes a unique View Case Study
Maryland's early childhood data system includes an assessment of school readiness that is View Case Study
In June 2011, the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care issued its Early View Case Study
Missouri's Professional Achievement & Recognition System (PARS) is a database system that View Case Study
In Nevada, a recent state law requires that all caregivers who work in licensed early care View Case Study
New York's Early Childhood Advisory Council brings together key stakeholders and View Case Study
Oklahoma's Reaching for the Stars is the state's comprehensive quality rating and improvement View Case Study
In May 2012, Oregon’s Early Learning Council Data System Work Group produced View Case Study
The goal of Pennsylvania's Office of Child Development and Early Learning is to regularly View Case Study
Texas developed and released a strategic plan for “The On-Track System,” or View Case Study