Are Your C4 Data Reflective of the Families You Serve?

Type: 
Conference Session
Author/Presenter: 

Sue Campbell (DE Part C), Jean Dauphinee (DAC), Rosanne Griff-Cabelli (DE Part C), Joy Markowitz (DAC), Alice Ridgway (CT Part C), and Wendy Whipple (NV Part C)

Age: 
0-3/Part C /Early Intervention
Age: 
3-5/Section 619/Preschool
Year: 
2008
Month: 
August
Abstract: 

Presented at the 2008 Measuring Child and Family Outcomes Conference.

Whether collecting data via sampling or census, reporting results from a representative group of families can be challenging. This session provided an overview of issues related to response rates and non-response bias. State presenters described how they collect and analyze C4 data including how their response groups represent their population of Part C families.

Topics: 
Child Outcomes
Topics: 
Data Analysis
Topics: 
Data Collection
Topics: 
Family Outcomes
Presentations
Presentation Title: 
Connecticut Handout
Presentation Title: 
What Did Connecticut Do?
Presentation Title: 
Are your C4 data reflective of the families you serve?
Presentation Title: 
Delaware Handout
Presentation Title: 
What Did Delaware Do?
Presentation Title: 
Nevada Early Intervention: Determining if the Family Survey Response is Representative