The mission of the Early Childhood Data Collaborative (ECDC) is to support state policymakers in developing and using coordinated state early care and education (ECE). With these goals in mind, we launched our third national survey to examine the capacity of state early childhood data systems to answer critical policy questions related to early childhood services. The survey included questions about current state data capacity to: 1. Link child-level data to assess access to ECE services, early health, social services, and children's school readiness 2. Link program site-level data to assess program supply, quality, and characteristics 3. Link workforce-level data to assess workforce investments, supply, and characteristics 4. Govern early childhood data sharing 5. Use coordinated early childhood data. (author abstract)
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