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Eval10 Session 299:Use of Fidelity Scores in Measuring OUtcomes for Children Involved in the Child Welfare System

Power Point Presentation & handout from Session 299 "Use of Fidelity Scores in Measuring Outcomes for Children Involved in the Child Welfare System" - AEA 2010 #'Child #Welfare' #'Fidelity' #HumanServicesEvaluation #'Outcomes' #2010Conference

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Focus Search - Bldg K Tualatin, OR 97062 503 924-3783 Fax: 503-924-3789 www.hsri.org Use of Fidelity Scores in Measuring Outcomes for Children Involved in the Child Welfare System AEA Annual Conference: November 11, 2010 Madeleine Kimmich, Project Director; Linda Newton-Curtis, Research Associate; Kim Firth, Policy Analyst Since 1998, HSRI has been evaluating the impact of Ohio’s Title IV-E Waiver, which currently covers 18 counties. Child welfare is administered at the county level, through Public Children Services Agencies (PCSA)


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Eval11 Session 735: Conceptualizing and Valuing Child Welfare Outcomes in Evaluation

Evaluators commonly struggle with defining and measuring child welfare outcomes. The Federal Child and Family Service Reviews (CFSR) specify child welfare outcome goals in three areas: safety, permanency, and well-being

HSRI KN Collaboration Presentation, Nov 2011 AEA.ppt


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Eval11 Session 717: Conceptualizing & Valuing Child Welfare Outcomes in Evaluation

Evaluators commonly struggle with defining and measuring child welfare outcomes. The Federal Child and Family Service Reviews (CFSR) specify child welfare outcome goals in three areas: safety, permanency, and well-being

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Focus Search - We are very excited to have this opportunity to discuss the challenges of defining and measuring child welfare outcomes with others working in the child welfare and evaluation fields


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AEA 2016 Presentation Slides: Evaluating Family and Systems Level Change, A Case Study of a Kinship Navigation Demonstration Grant in Arizona

This project was a multi-sector collaboration of a non-profit agency, legal and advocacy services, and state TANF and child welfare agencies. The overall goal was to enhance community and government systems, improving service access and outcomes of children and their kinship caregivers. The evaluators developed a mixed methods evaluation design to assess project implementation and outcomes at both the family and systems level. The presenter provided an overview of the project, evaluation design, and data collection instruments developed: a caregiver pre/post survey; staff/partner interviews; an outreach and systems activity log completed by program staff; and collection of administrative data through data sharing agreements with state TANF and child welfare partners

Case Study of a Kinship Navigation Demonstration Grant in Arizona_10-29-2016.pdf


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Eval10 Session 259: Perils, Pitfalls, and Successes: The Implementation of a RCT to Examine the Effects of Alternative Response in Child Welfare

Power Point Presentation and handout from session on "Perils, Pitfalls, and Successes: The Implementation of a RCT to Examine the Effects of Alternative Response in Child Welfare" - part of multipaper Session 259 'Implementing Quality Randomized Control Trials in Human Service Evaluations: Applications Addressing Challenges and Barriers' from AEA 2010 #'Randomized #Control #'Child #Trials' #Welfare' #2010Conference #HumanServicesEvaluation #'RCT' #'Implementation'

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Focus Search - As each family enters the child welfare system, the agency determines whether the case meets the eligibility criteria for the alternative track; if so, the case is entered into a randomizer which assigns it to the investigation track (IR) or the alternative assessment track (AR)


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Eval11 Session 984: Evaluating Whether or Not Stereotype Threat Could Be Occurring in California's Child Welfare Common Core Training Program

In California’s Child Welfare Common Core Training Program, Caucasian trainees have often scored higher on posttests, and occasionally have increased their scores more from pre to posttest than trainees in one or more other racial/ethnic groups

Parry, C., Coloma, J., & Zeitler, L. (2011).pdf



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Eval11 Session 449: Performance Management in Action: A National Measurement System for Early Childhood Outcomes

Department of Education undertook the development of a national outcomes measurement system for early childhood programs serving children with disabilities. This system, built around state-reported data on child progress for three outcomes, has been well received by key stakeholders. The panel will describe the background for this system, implementation choices and issues faced by state agencies, and how states are planning to use these data to improve programs in addition to submitting them for federal accountability

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Focus Search - ) >> /Namespace [ (Adobe) (Common) (1.0) ] /OtherNamespaces [ > > /FormElements false /GenerateStructure false /IncludeBookmarks false /IncludeHyperlinks false /IncludeInteractive false /IncludeLayers false /IncludeProfiles false /MultimediaHandling /UseObjectSettings /Namespace [ (Adobe) (CreativeSuite) (2.0) ] /PDFXOutputIntentProfileSelector /DocumentCMYK /PreserveEditing true /UntaggedCMYKHandling /LeaveUntagged /UntaggedRGBHandling /UseDocumentProfile /UseDocumentBleed false >> ] >> setdistillerparams > setpagedevicePerformance Management in Action: A National System for Measuring Early Childhood Outcomes Kathy Hebbeler, Donna Spiker, Lauren Barton The Early Childhood Outcomes Center at SRI International Lynne Kahn The Early Childhood Outcomes Center at FPG Child Development Institute at UNC-Chapel Hill Presented at the American Evaluation Association Meeting, November 2011 3 Child Outcomes Reported to the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) · Positive social emotional skills (including positive social relationships) · Acquisition and use of knowledge and skills (including early language/ communication [and early literacy]) · Use of appropriate behaviors to meet their needs Progress Categories Percentage of children who: a



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Eval11 Session 985: Performance Evaluation on National Policies and Strategies for Child Development

The purpose of this research was to evaluate effectiveness, efficiency and result of management and performance in national policies and strategies for child development by mixed methods evaluation. The evaluation results showed that: context-provincial officers ran the operation as general work...

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Focus Search - Protecting children against abuse, exploitation and violence Thailand’s policies, strategies and plan of action on child development focus on 11 key priorities Family and children Physical and psychological health Safety promotion and prevention of injuries Children and the impact of HIV/AIDS Education and children Children and recreation Media and children Culture and religion and children Child participation Protection for children in need of special protection measures Legislation, rules and regulations concerning children **The research is financially supported by Office of Welfare Promotion, Protection and Empowerment of Vulnerable Groups, Ministry of Social Development and Human Security