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The Importance of Disaggregating Student Data

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National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention

Disaggregating data means breaking down information into smaller subpopulations. For instance, breaking data down into grade level within school aged students, country of origin within racial/ethnic categories, or gender among student populations are all ways of disaggregating data.

Building a Structure for Successful Outcomes from EBPs

Date/Time (ET): 
March 1, 2012 - 2:00pm - 3:30pm

This Webinar is aimed at providing strategies and tools for building a successful structure for your EBPs and to effectively identify and address barriers.


Understanding Evidence, Part 1: Best Available Research Evidence

National Center for Injury Prevention and Control

This resource enables researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to

CSE Team: Evaluator Learning Community Call

Date/Time (ET): 
January 18, 2012 - 4:00pm - 5:00pm

The Cross-site Evaluation team, SAMHSA, and ACF welcome you to join them on their second monthly Evaluation Learning Community call to discuss questions and issues related to the evaluation of Proj


Framework for Effectively Implementing Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (EBPs)

Education Development Center

The National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention has created a Web-based “Framework for Effectively Implementing Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (EBPs)&rdqu

10 Fundamentals of Coordinated State Early Care and Education Data Systems

Released in March 2011, this report provides an analysis of states' progress toward building and using early care and education (ECE) data systems.

Early Childhood Data Systems: Linking school readiness, early childhood systems building and third grade reading

Date/Time (ET): 
May 17, 2011 - 2:00pm - 3:15pm

This webinar is for state leaders interested in developing early childhood data systems and exploring the relationship between birth to five policy agendas and early elementary reform efforts.

Performance Management and Evaluation: What

Child Trends

Based on the federal government

Project Director

March 16, 2011
DC/Baltimore area

This combined meeting will provide PDs and evaluators with the opportunity to work together on evaluation-related tasks as well as participate in training sessions, and to network and share experie


Leading for Change Meeting

January 11, 2011
Washington, D.C.

In six member teams, FY 2009 SS/HS Project Directors and Partners work to complete the next step of the Leading for Change process: Building a Shared Vision on your SSHS Foundation.