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Harvard Family Research Project’s (HFRP) out-of-school time (OST) and family engagement teams joined together to present this webinar to the United Way Worldwide’s Out-of-School Time Community Pilot Meeting on September 21, 2011.

The presentation examines the “essential data” that OST providers and intermediaries should consider collecting for an evaluation, and the important role families can play throughout the process.

While the webinar was developed specifically for the United Way, its lessons are applicable to all out-of-school time programs.

Watch this webinar to learn about:

  • How OST fits into the broader context of expanded learning opportunities and year-round learning

  • Our new tool designed to guide OST program leaders through key steps in the evaluation process

  • How to select and collect the best data for your evaluation, with examples of data that can help you measure outcomes and impact

  • Collecting and sharing data across the community and with families

Learn more about this webinar and watch the archived presentation.

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