Trohanis TA Projects are dedicated to improving the availability and quality of services, and ensuring optimal outcomes, for very young children with, or at risk for, disabilities and their families.
We assist states and local agencies that provide early intervention and early childhood special education to implement evidence-based practices, develop and manage effective and efficient systems of services, coordinate inter-agency programs, develop data systems and improve data quality to improve services and outcomes for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers and their families.
Trohanis TA Projects has evolved into an interrelated cluster of national and state-level centers and projects. Our staff have a deep understanding of the challenges states face in implementing high quality services for children and their families, as well as considerable experience and expertise in helping states address these challenges.
We provide TA across the country, supporting the development of state and local infrastructures and facilitating the implementation of evidence-based practices that lead to improved services and outcomes for all children and their families.
The ECTA Center supports states in building high quality EI/ECSE systems, implementing evidence-based practices, to achieve improved outcomes for children and families.
The STEMI2E2 Center increases engagement in STEM learning opportunities for young children with disabilities (ages birth–5 years).
The DaSy Center targets development or enhancement of state coordinated early childhood longitudinal data systems to collect, analyze, and report high-quality data required under IDEA.
CIFR assists states to improve the quality of their collection, reporting, analysis, and use of IDEA Part B and Part C fiscal data.
Child Find ACCESS refines the existing Child Find system within three communities, which were selected due to longstanding equity issues.
Kindergarten Sturdy Bridge facilitates state and local improvement efforts to improve the kindergarten experience for every child by offering leaders in SEAs as well as LEAs the opportunity to participate in peer learning to improve the kindergarten year.
The North Carolina Data Governance Project (NC DaGov) establishes written policies and procedures that guide the way all DCDEE staff share information across the Division and with external key partners.
Over the last 20 years, The International Early Childhood Inclusion Institute has become one of the premier educational opportunities for anyone involved in the care and education of young children with special needs in inclusive settings.
See also: Past Projects