, 'opacity': false, 'speedIn': , 'speedOut': , 'changeSpeed': , 'overlayShow': false, 'overlayOpacity': "", 'overlayColor': "", 'titleShow': false, 'titlePosition': '', 'enableEscapeButton': false, 'showCloseButton': false, 'showNavArrows': false, 'hideOnOverlayClick': false, 'hideOnContentClick': false, 'width': , 'height': , 'transitionIn': "", 'transitionOut': "", 'centerOnScroll': false }); })

Data Systems and Decision-Making: State ID/DD Agencies and Their Employment Data Collection Systems

Research has found that high performing states in integrated employment generally have a clear and visible data collection system that includes individual outcome data.  This essay offers a qualitative, in-depth look into how employment data is collected and used throughout multiple levels within state ID/DD systems. It details findings from state-level case studies conducted in four states: Florida, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Washington. Focus is on the development and use of employment data collection systems and their relationship to priorities, decision-making, and policy development.

Citation:

Hall, A. C., Winsor, J., et al. Data Systems and Decision-Making: State ID/DD Agencies and Their Employment Data Collection Systems. Boston, MA: University of Massachusetts Boston, Institute for Community Inclusion.

Link to resource

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Employment outcome data, Performance measurement and data management, Research and evaluation reports, State level goals, Strategic goals and operating policies
Topics
Model Elements