|Title:||Understanding Program Monitoring: The Relationships Among Outcomes, Indicators, Measures, and Targets|
|Description:||This guide offers a resource for educators, program managers, administrators, and researchers to build capacity in monitoring program outcomes effectively. The guide provides concise definitions of program monitoring components and illustrates the framework for assessing the progress of a program. Examples demonstrating the relationships between outcomes, indicators, measures, benchmarks, baselines, and targets are also included. By following a program monitoring framework, policymakers and practitioners can monitor and evaluate a program to make better data-informed decisions.
This guide is one piece of a four-part series on program planning and monitoring released by REL Pacific at McREL
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|Cover Date:||February 2014|
|Web Release:||February 25, 2014|
|Print Release:||February 25, 2014|
|Publication #:||REL 2014011
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|Authors:||Nolan Malone and Lauren Mark: Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning Krishna Narayan: Island Innovation, LLC|
|Type of Product:||Tools|
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