Virtual Workshop Series – “Understanding and Analyzing State and Local Early Education Data and Information”
A free webinar series to help families understand and use data to improve programs for infants and young children with disabilities and their families
Understanding and analyzing state and local programs and systems data is an important way to improve programs that impact young children with disabilities.
Family Matters Parent Training and Information Center is offering a series of workshops to give caregivers the tools they need to read, interpret and apply this information.
The sessions will be on Zoom on Tuesdays from 10 to 11 a.m. on:
- Session 1 – Aug. 8
- Session 2 – Aug. 15
- Session 3- Aug. 22
- Session 4- Aug. 29
This four-part workshop will explain the steps for understanding, analyzing and engaging in discussions about state and local data and reports. The training is based on resources created by DaSy: The Center for IDEA Early Childhood Data Systems.
Parents and caregivers of a child with a disability from birth to age 5 are welcome.
Sign up for the virtual data workshops. Spots are limited. You must register for all four sessions.
For more information, call (866) 436-7842.