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Evaluate Your Afterschool Program

June 15, 2014
These six tip sheets offer an easy way to learn about using data to see what's working and what might need work in your programming.

What’s in the tip sheets?

Data, smartly employed, can help afterschool decision-makers with everything from fairly allocating resources to improving afterschool program quality. 

But what information is needed? How should it be collected? And what are the best ways to put gathered information to use? This set of easy-to-read tip sheets answers these questions and more. It gives city agencies, afterschool program providers, intermediary organizations, and others a jump-start on making the most of data in afterschool programming.

Other Resources on This Topic

How Data Can Help You

Read this article from AfterSchool Today for more on how to use data to evaluate your program.

Putting Data to Work for Young People

This publication published in 2019 adds more on how afterschool programs can use data effectively.

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