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This document provides a description of each statewide data indicator and data quality check, including the numerators, denominators, risk adjustments, exclusions, and corresponding data notes.

This group of documents provides the syntax and supporting files in SPSS format that were used to calculate data quality and observed performance. Note: Syntax to calculate risk-standardized performance for each state uses a national, risk-adjusted model that requires child-level data from all states (i.e., national datasets) and thus cannot be replicated by states or other interested parties.

This document provides a description of each statewide data indicator and data quality check, including the numerators, denominators, risk adjustments, exclusions, and corresponding data notes.

This document provides an overview and brief description of the folders, files, and syntax included in the CFSR round 3 zip file; considerations and steps for running the syntax; and software requirements.

This report presents findings from a systematic review and verification of the Observed Performance syntax used to produce CFSR statewide data indicators.

This webpage contains factsheets about the Child and Family Services Reviews (CFSRs) for specific groups, including governors, legislatures, courts, tribes, and mental health professionals.

This document provides an overview of the components of the Children's Bureau's child welfare reviews project.

This webpage includes reports, results, and presentations on round 1 and round 2 data from the Child and Family Services Reviews (CFSRs).

This webpage provides schedules and other resources for round two of the Child and Family Services Reviews (CFSRs).

This webpage provides information about child welfare Federal Register announcements, information memoranda, technical bulletins, and other policy documents regarding the Child and Family Services Reviews (CFSRs).