Learn how program leaders can use ongoing child assessment activities—Prepare, Collect, Aggregate and Analyze, and Use and Share—to support children's development and learning at different program levels.
Use this learning module in professional development settings. Learn more about ongoing child assessments, and find out how to gather data and share it with families.
Learn how using data and evaluation enables programs to make data-informed decisions. Also, find out how data and evaluation informs each stage of the program planning cycle.
These tip sheets offer common uses of education data in Head Start and Early Head Start. Learn ways to use and share data to tell a program’s story.
Data in Head Start and Early Head Start is a series of interactive online learning modules that include a mixture of practical scenarios, real-life examples from the field, and tools and templates.
Four reports provide evidence that, since the last reauthorization, quality in Head Start has increased across the country..
Do you sometimes wonder how you can use your program's data to decide on new priorities? Are you frequently stumped by questions from governing body or Policy Council members about program activities? Do you get easily overwhelmed by the statistics in reports from your information management system? Do you wonder how you can better use your annual report and presentations in the community to tell your program's story? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this interactive training module is for you.
Explore this graphic presentation of the data contained in the HRSA Geospatial Data Warehouse, and use the map, which displays the data in a geographic context.
Learn how Head Start programs can use data in an effective way to make strategic decisions that bolster the success of the children and families they serve.
Using data to track family and program progress is an essential part of strengthening parent, family, and community engagement (PFCE). Explore this three-part webinar series from the National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (NCPFCE) to learn how programs can use data to track progress toward expected family outcomes and to make program improvements.