New Data: Oklahoma School Readiness Reach-by-Risk Report, 2015
Research Connections has released data from the Oklahoma School Readiness Reach-by-Risk Report 2015. The 2015 dataset includes the most current data available on multiple school readiness risk factors across multiple domains, and the reach of services provided in each of the state's 77 counties. The 2015 report is one of a series highlighting counties whose children are at the greatest risk of starting kindergarten unprepared to learn, and counties that are underrepresented in terms of quality early childhood education and child care services. New for 2015 is the analysis of changes in risk and reach classifications between 2014 and 2015, including risk rank percentile changes.
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Data Collection and Use: An Early Childhood Perspective
This webinar produced by the Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands presents findings from a study that explores the collection and use of data in several New England preschool programs. The analysis focuses on three domains: early learning outcomes (math, reading, and social-emotional); classroom quality measures; and dosage.
A PowerPoint presentation accompanies the webinar addressing the challenges of combining multiple sources of data, as well as advising awareness of multiple explanations that can occur within data analysis. Presenters focus on data collection and use at both state and program levels.
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