Using the New QRIS Compendium: Observational Tools Used in QRIS Example

This spreadsheet is a real-world example that was created using data from http://qriscompendium.org/. The report on the first tab was created by pulling data from the QRIS Compendium related to states’ use of observation tools, highlighting states that use both the ERS and CLASS™ in their rating. It also shows states that incorporate more than one observational tool into their standards but where only one tool impacts the rating and states that are using two different tools in the rating (but not both ERS and CLASS™). Further analysis and exploration of the data in the report uses additional research on states’ standards and is contained on the subsequent tabs. Please make sure to share your reports and analysis using the QRIS Compendium so we can post examples of your learning. Email them to Sarah Friese at sfriese@childtrends.org.