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Regional Educational Laboratory Appalachia researchers developed the Cost-Feasibility Analysis (CFA) Toolkit to help education leaders estimate whether implementing supplemental online programs is affordable given a school or district's available resources. The CFA Toolkit guides users through a four-stage process that yields cost information that can support decisionmaking about implementing such a program. The toolkit includes guidance, helpful resources, and an Excel-based cost-estimation tool that supports users with planning (stage 1), collecting data (stage 2), estimating program costs (stage 3), and determining the feasibility of implementing the supplemental online program (stage 4).
ERIC DescriptorsCheck Lists, Computation, Cost Analysis, Cost Effectiveness, Costs, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Data Use, Decision Making, Electronic Learning, Feasibility Studies, Online Courses, Program Implementation, Semi Structured Interviews, Spreadsheets, Supplementary Education
Appalachia | Publication Type: Descriptive Study | Publication
Date: July 2021
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