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As part of our continuing effort to help out-of-school time (OST) practitioners and evaluators choose appropriate evaluation methods, we created this resource to describe measurement tools that can be used for on-the-ground program evaluation.

Originally published as part of our OST Evaluation Snapshots series in 2005, we've re-designed and updated this resource to be a dynamic web tool that includes measurement tools and assessments that have been used by programs and studies profiled in our OST Research and Evaluation Database. We've added links to online resources wherever possible.

Whether you are conducting first-time internal evaluations or large-scale national studies, these evaluation instruments can be used to assess the characteristics and outcomes of your programs, staff, and participants, and to collect other key information. You'll find instruments that are designed to help with measuring both academics and psychological/social development.

Access Measurement Tools for Evaluating Out-of-School Time Programs now.

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