Early care and education staff can use this guide to identify examples of tools that may be used to measure family engagement outcomes and relationships with families.
Hear from other Head Start and Early Head Start programs around the country about their experiences with parent, family, and community engagement data and the four data activities.
Explore the third and fourth data activities. Aggregate, disaggregate, and analyze data across time to learn more about the progress families and children are making. Learn strategies for sharing data with different stakeholders.
Dive into the first and second data activities. Learn how to align goals, objectives, and services with related family outcomes from the Parent, Family, and Community Engagement Framework. Find out how to develop data collections plans to gather data you trust.
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.
This webinar provides strategies for program leaders and education managers to help improve teacher-child interactions. Viewers will explore how to compile, disaggregate, and share CLASS™ data.
This webinar promotes meaningful data dialogues by keeping interactions real, learning-focused, and child-centered. It includes practical ideas to use data in meaningful dialogue, a three-step model to guide data-driven inquiry, and strategies for using child outcome information.
Watch this webinar to explore how Excel 2007/2010 can be used as a powerful tool. Learn how to use the software to forecast, manage, predict, and display information. Get step-by-step instructions on creating spreadsheets using basic formulas.