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Eval13, Session 543: Re-thinking Measures of Audience Participation and Engagement

PowerPoint from NEA presentation at Eval13 #ArtsCultureandAudiencesTIG #Eval2013

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A Collaborative Mixed-Method Evaluation of a Multi-Site Student Behavior, School Culture, and Climate Program

The study was conducted across nine cities and 31 urban, public schools, using data from an additional 157 schools to examine outcomes and quality of implementation. Researchers analyzed data from multiple sources, including school records on suspensions, detentions, and office referrals; student self-reported prosocial behaviors; ratings of student social-emotional skills; stakeholder surveys (teachers, principals/liaisons, students, program staff); and rich case observations. The study leveraged the unique strengths of an external evaluator in combination with the non-profit’s internal evaluation team and program designers

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Eval12 Session 634: Our Seven-Year Journey to Create and Maintain a Culture of Learning and Evaluation in a Multi-service Non-profit Organization

The Latin American Youth Center (LAYC), a multi-service nonprofit in Washington, D.C., is an example of a nonprofit that has been working to achieve this culture change. One of the organization's internal evaluators shared: 1) How our roles have changed to respond to the organization’s evolving needs, 2) Our strategies for producing relevant information for all stakeholders, from funders to the Board of Directors to the program recipients themselves, and 3) Our methods of building evaluation capacity so that we’re partnering with program staff through the evaluation lifecycle rather than making decisions on their behalf



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Strengthening Evaluation Through Cultural Relevance and Cultural Competence Slides and Handout from SI10

Session Description: This skill-building session addresses the centrality of culture in evaluation

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Focus Search - Of the total number of DDSC participants, the majority was white, one-quarter were African American, 5% were of Middle Eastern origin, and an additional 3% were of Asian or Latino/a background


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Strengthening Evaluation Through Cultural Relevance and Cultural Competence Slides and Handout from SI10

Session Description: This skill-building session addresses the centrality of culture in evaluation

2 attachments

Focus Search - Of the total number of DDSC participants, the majority was white, one-quarter were African American, 5% were of Middle Eastern origin, and an additional 3% were of Asian or Latino/a background