In April 2018, 50 states responded to an Early Childhood Data Collaborative (ECDC) survey to assess states’ capacity to link child-, family-, program-, and workforce-level data across ECE programs. Linking child-, family-, and program-level data means having the ability to follow individual children, programs, and staff across programs and over time. Data may be housed in different systems or within the same system. The 2018 Survey included questions about linking child-, program-, and workforce-level data; data governance and policies; and uses of coordinated early childhood data.
National findings and recommendations from the 2018 Early Childhood Data Systems Survey are available in our final report. For more information, view a video from the related webinar. Click here for information on the 2013 survey.
State progress linking child, program, and workforce data
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