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Evaluating a Program Designed to Improve Attitudes between Police and Youth

This poster presents the results of an evaluation of a program which aimed to foster positive relationships between police officers and youth in Connecticut. Eleven programs were funded in Year One, with an equal number in Year Two. Funded communities designed programs that included local police...

Evaluating A Police and Youth Progam.pdf

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Using a Summary Score Approach to Analyze Performance Measures Over Time

Power Point slides and materials for Demonstration 480 on Friday, October 18, 2013, 11:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. in Morgan. Abstract: Evaluators are often asked to assess, or to assist practitioners in assessing, the performance of social service systems using outcomes and indicators....

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Program theory and context

Using program theory as a way to develop evidence-based practice in social work in Sweden #MixedMethodsEvaluation #2013Conference #ProgramTheoryandTheoryDrivenEvaluation #SocialWork

Kari Jess session 21 Using program theory in evidence based practice.docx

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Fostering Success: Evaluating the sine qua non collaboration of the New Hampshire foster parent training program and the use of CEIF to educate stakeholders

Abstract The State of New Hampshire’s Division of Children, Youth, and Families (NHDCYF) and the Education and Training Partnership (ETP) at Granite State College provide a collaborative licensing training program for foster caregivers. The Fostering Success study examines the...

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Eval11 Session 618: Evaluating Behavioral Health Collaboratives: Finding the Value in Process Measures as Well as Outcomes

These presentations offered comprehensive yet practical techniques to anyone who is currently engaged in or about to be engaged in evaluating a collaborative of non-profit service providers that are trying to expand access to behavioral healthcare services across a network. The presentations...


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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. However, previous analyses in which items showing...

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

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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. However, considerable variation in local context leads to different...

HSRI KN Collaboration Presentation, Nov 2011 AEA.ppt

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Eval11 Session 685: A Discussion on Measuring the Black Box of Services in Human Services Evaluation

Human service evaluators have successfully conducted many studies examining the development, implementation and impact of programs on families. However, gaining a comprehensive picture of services and supports that clients receive may be difficult when parent agencies refer to outside resources....

Measuring The Black Box of Service in Child Welfare Evaluation- AEA 2011.docx.ppt