Building System Capacity for Program Evaluations

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How do you know if your K–12 district is maximizing its federal emergency relief (ESSER) dollars?
This webinar discusses how district leaders are building their school system’s capacity to effectively evaluate programming, including:

  • Determining which research-based interventions will meet district and school needs
  • Creating an implementation plan and ensuring districts have the required resources
  • Monitoring fidelity of implementation and assessing the impact on students

While districts have broad flexibility in how to use these short-term funds, district leaders must be confident they’re investing them in smart, long-term solutions. Allocating resources to address myriad academic, social-emotional, staffing, and safety challenges is a high-stakes endeavor that must consider student, parent, and staff input. But identifying needs is just the beginning. District leaders also must know how to effectively evaluate programs and identify a planning process that ensures positive short- and long-term outcomes.
The solutions K–12 leaders invest in now will affect students for years to come. Be certain your district knows how to apply data-driven best practices to support a bright future for all students.
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Key Takeaways

K-12 administrator perceptions of program evaluation include internal and external factors

It is important to involve stakeholders in the program evaluation process, so they understand its purpose and goals

Program evaluation requires a strategic approach. It is important to consider current capacity and enlist support where needed

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