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kids jumpingOur Data Matters Corner is an Interactive Electronic Newsletter that highlights the importance of data, spreads the word about evaluation strategies and outcomes, and keeps readers up to date on the latest in the field.

Launching in January 2007, each month a new topic for discussion will be posted, often based on current literature. Participants can read the article, browse through additional resources, review posted comments, and access previous discussions. Participants are encouraged to post their own comments to the site to facilitate greater interaction and discussion.

Tied closely with the National Technical Assistance Center for Children's Mental Health's teleconference call series, featured discussions in Data Matters will coincide with the conference call topic of the month. As such, this site will be in constant flux hopefully giving participants an incentive to visit frequently. Our hope is to create an interesting, useful and thought-provoking dialogue amongst our diverse community.

Think of Data Matters as a shared space to exchange information and ideas. Please take a few minutes to browse through our current discussion and share your thoughts. We look forward to your active participation!


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National Perspectives and Federal Resources: Trauma Informed Care in Child Serving Systems

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