Improving Systems, Practices and Outcomes

National Data and State Profiles for Section 619

Section 618 Data

Section 618 of IDEA requires states to submit data about children who receive Section 619 preschool services annually to OSEP.

Child and Family Outcomes Data

States report outcomes data for children receiving Section 619 preschool services on their Annual Performance Reports (APRs). National child outcomes data for Section 619 can be found in the annual Part B APR Indicator Analyses reports (see Indicator 7). Highlights from the most recent APR data analyses are also available on the Outcomes Measurement section of our website. See PDF: Child Outcomes Highlights for FFY 2014 (July 2016).

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