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REL Central Event: Integrating Program Evaluation Into Your School Improvement Work: Exploring the Program Evaluation Toolkit
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October 15, 2021

Time: 12:00 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. MT

Location: Virtual

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Description: We invite you to join us for a REL Central webinar exploring how to use our Program Evaluation Toolkit to integrate program evaluation into your school improvement work. The toolkit includes a series of eight modules that begin at the planning stages of an evaluation and progress to the presentation of findings to stakeholders. During the webinar, REL Central will provide an overview of best practices in program evaluation and share the resources available in the toolkit. Presenters will apply the modules to a concrete example of evaluating a tutoring program to address unfinished learning. This example will allow the audience to explore the modules and see how they might be applied to evaluate a program before, during, and after implementation.

Partnership or Research Alliance: Colorado School Improvement Research Partnership

Audience: The primary audience for the proposed webinar includes SEA and LEA personnel, particularly teachers, principals, curriculum directors, state program directors, and other staff responsible for choosing, implementing and evaluating education programs.


  • Jeanette Joyce, REL Central
  • Joshua Stewart, REL Central
  • David Yanoski, REL Central
  • Mckenzie Haines, REL Central

Report Citation: Stewart, J., Joyce, J., Haines, M., Yanoski, D., Gagnon, D., Luke, K., Rhoads, C., & Germeroth, C. (2021). Program Evaluation Toolkit: Quick start guide (REL 2021–112). U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, Regional Educational Laboratory Central.

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