Collecting and Using Information to Strengthen Citywide Out-of-School Time Systems
Aug 22, 2011
Looks at the kinds of data U.S. cities are gathering and analyzing in their efforts to build citywide systems that make high-quality after-school programs more available to children, how they collect it, and how they put it to use.
Observation: Collect attendance and participation information to support access, enrollment, and quality improvements.
Observation: Conduct market research to assess family, youth, and community needs.
Observation: Use geographic information system (GIS) technology to identify service gaps and improve access.
Observation: Develop, adapt, and implement a citywide program quality assessment tool.
Observation: Conduct and support program and city-level evaluation efforts.
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