Family involvement is crucial in the academic success of a student. This resource examines two studies which underscore the importance of family engagement by examining the how frequently families...

This issue of The Evaluation Exchange charts the course of early childhood programming and evaluation over nearly half a century to help further understand how children learn and grow. Age Group: ...

Large-scale systems change requires a collaborative approach that is cross-sector. However, the social sector still remains focused on funding individual organizations rather than broadening that...

This tip sheet gives pointers on how to prepare for and conduct interviews with key informants. Tips include on how to structure an interview and how to keep it moving effectively. Content Related...

Here you can explore results from the National Survey of Children’s Health (NHCH) and the National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs (NS-CSHCN). Data are presented in ways that are...

Nonprofits do not always have the resources to hire a professional evaluator. This article discusses how the data you do have—whether anecdotal, subjective, interpretive, or quantitative—can be used...

This publication describes two of the basic choices that must be made when designing an evaluation. The first is about the choice of an evaluation’s design. The second concerns choosing a...

This study explores the use of benefit-cost analysis (BCA) for measuring outcomes of social programs that support children, youth, and families. It reviews 39 social programs and the issues...

Fidelity assessment is a process that is intended to support those who implement and evaluate programs determine the impact of changes made during a program’s implementation. This resource contains...