2013-2014 PBIS Data Region A Partnership for Children
The Performance-Based Incentive System (PBIS) are measures of child well-being for which local Smart Start Partnerships are held accountable. PBIS assesses progress towards realizing Smart Start’s mission of advancing a high quality, comprehensive, accountable system of care and education for every child beginning with a healthy birth.
PBIS uses validated data sources from state agencies that directly impact young children (e.g., NC Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Child Development and Early Education, and Division of Public Health). Published annually, data for the PBIS report reflect the entire fiscal year and/or calendar year. The methodology and raw data files for each criterion are available on Smart Net under Program & Evaluation>PBIS. For more information, please contact Murat Yazan: firstname.lastname@example.org
These reports include 2013-2014 PBIS results for the Region A Partnership for Children (Region A) partnership. We encourage you to use this report in a variety of ways to demonstrate your work with young children.
For example, you may insert these results into reports you share with your Board, funders, and other community stakeholders
PBIS data is presented by county.