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After school programs are under increasing pressure to document their progress and demonstrate their results. Priscilla Little presented the workshop Learning What Works: An Evaluation Overview at Beyond School Hours VIII, Foundations, Inc.'s annual conference, which took place in Atlanta, Georgia, February 16–19, 2005. Her presentation provides an overview of what we know about after school evaluation. It examines how programs are collecting meaningful data for accountability and program improvement and what they are finding. It includes an overview of the “shoestring approach” to evaluation to design impact evaluations under time, budget, and data constraints.

Read the Learning What Works: An Evaluation Overview workshop presentation.

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