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Summarizing and Reporting ECTA System Framework Self-Assessment Data to Demonstrate Infrastructure Improvements for SSIP Phase III
Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center, & Center for IDEA Early Childhood Data Systems
From the background and purpose: "States are in the process of improving and sustaining a high quality early intervention and/or preschool state system as part of the State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) or other program improvement efforts. The ECTA System Framework and the DaSy Data System Framework is a resource that can support states in evaluating the current status of their system, identifying areas for potential improvement, and making improvements to their system to support implementation of evidence based practices with fidelity. The System Framework Self-Assessment can be repeated to reassess the system and monitor infrastructure improvements over time. The Self-Assessment Comparison Tool allows the state to compare multiple data points to measure progress. When used as part of an ongoing process, the self-assessment produces quantitative and qualitative data to document infrastructure improvements. The results can help identify outputs and outcomes achieved and inform decisions about next steps to support further improvements and/or sustain improvements. This document is designed to illustrate how a state might summarize and report data gathered through the System Framework self-assessment process to document infrastructure improvements in their Phase III SSIP or other program improvement efforts. A template for reporting progress is provided along with an example of hypothetical state data."
Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center, & Center for IDEA Early Childhood Data Systems. (2017). Summarizing and reporting ECTA system framework self-assessment data to demonstrate infrastructure improvements for SSIP phase III. Retrieved from http://ectacenter.org/~pdfs/sysframe/Reporting_Infrastructure_Improvements_2017-03-03.pdf