Capturing What Matters in Early Childhood Special Education Program Evaluations
Please join us for an upcoming webinar to be held on
December 9th, 2021, at 1:00 PM to discuss our approach!
Re-imagining professional learning
Bringing together the best thinking of P-12 education to drive education reform
Engaging adults in high quality instructional practices
Setting the stage for evidence-informed data driven decision making
Leading the strategic planning process
Developing leadership capacity
Building capacity for engaging in evidence informed data driven decision making
Coaching to support program leaders, strengthen teacher practice, and improve outcomes for children
Advancement of Learning for the Enrichment of Lives
Based just outside of Boston, in the hub of research and innovation, Early Childhood Associates, Inc. (ECA) is a nationally recognized social research and consulting firm dedicated to promoting the healthy growth and development of children, and their families as well as the practitioners who support them.
ECA is at the forefront of innovation in research and evaluation, B-3rd grade strategic planning and systems building, workforce development, quality assurance, universal Pre-K initiatives, and supporting accessible and evidence-informed inclusion practices in settings serving young children and their families.
Quality Improvement-Early Childhood Special Ed Program Evaluation
Using the latest research and guidance from the Departments of ED and HHS, and OSEP Child Outcomes; ECA has helped school districts with continued quality improvement efforts for preschool classrooms with emphasis on supporting children with disabilities through enhanced access…
Promising Practice- Components of Coaching at Community Teamwork, Inc.
Community Teamwork, Inc. in Greater Lowell helps nearly 50,000 individuals from 63 cities and towns in northeastern Massachusetts gain greater economic independence. One arm of the organization focuses on children and families through its early learning programs. As...
Promising Practice: Guiding Change
Guiding Change in Systems, Sectors and Settings By Kimm Quinlan (Region 1) and Carla Seymour (Region 5), each from Massachusetts' Educator Provider Support (EPS) programs. In March, we attended the Coaching 4 Change training hosted by Early Childhood Associates. ...
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