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New York develops an afterschool quality framework and assessment tool

August 1, 2011 | Public Programs
In this article, the author describes the process and result of a statewide effort in New York to develop an afterschool quality framework and assessment tool that can be used to guide program design, reflection, and assessment. One benefit of the tool is that it can be used by program stakeholders without the participation (i.e., the expense) of an external observer. This article might be of interest to ISE educators seeking to adopt existing program evaluation tools that do not require the participation of external evaluators.


  • BB 2015 leaves2
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    Discipline: Education and learning science
    Audience: Educators/Teachers | Museum/ISE Professionals | Evaluators
    Environment Type: Afterschool Programs

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