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Wednesday, February 6 • 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Revisiting Data Collection to Ensure You Have What You Need to Support Policy

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To effectively shape policy, states need data for both continuous improvement and evaluative purposes. How can networks work with state agencies to revisit what is currently being collected and how data collection can be improved to reflect positive youth outcomes? The discussion will focus on performance indicators, the Profile and Performance Information Collection System (PPICS), what states are/can collect that goes beyond the annual performance report and how to use data for advocacy and communications, especially with policymakers.


Facilitators
avatar for Carol K. McElvain

Carol K. McElvain

Managing Director, American Institutes for Research
Carol K. McElvain's work focuses on helping schools and communities build their capacity to leverage resources and become stronger, more supportive systems to help improve the lives of youth. She is a national leader on afterschool, focusing on providing research-based, high-quality training, technical assistance, and professional development and disseminating research results and policy reports to diverse audiences in the public education sector... Read More →

Network Discussants
avatar for Angelo Gonzales

Angelo Gonzales

Associate Director, University of New Mexico Center for Education Policy Research

Wednesday February 6, 2013 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Treasury JW Marriott Washington DC

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