Measure Once, Cut Twice: Using Data for Continuous Improvement and Impact Evaluation in Education Programs

By Sarah Williams, research and learning officer, The Centre for Youth Impact
Tuesday, November 26, 2019

This research paper describes a “quality to outcomes” (Q-O) evaluation design that was used to evaluate out-of-school time provision for young people in the US.

Measures of practice quality are at the core of the Q-O design. Picture: Christian Schwier/Adobe Stock
Measures of practice quality are at the core of the Q-O design. Picture: Christian Schwier/Adobe Stock

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