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Measuring What Matters | Medición de lo importante

Measuring What Matters | Medición de lo importante

(2018, July) | Useful to Parent Centers and early childhood programs tracking family progress toward expected outcomes.

Using data to track family and program progress is an essential part of strengthening parent, family, and community engagement (PFCE). Tthis three-part webinar series from the National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (NCPFCE) describes how programs can use data to track progress toward expected family outcomes and to make program improvements.

Access the entire webinar series at:

Also available in Spanish at:

About the Webinar Series

The Webinar series includes the following:

1. Preparing and Collecting Data
Dive into the first and second data activities. Learn how to align goals, objectives, and services with related family outcomes from the PFCE Framework. Find out how to develop data collections plans to gather data you trust.

2. Aggregating, Analyzing, Using, and Sharing Data
Explore the third and fourth data activities. Aggregate, disaggregate, and analyze data across time to learn more about the progress families and children are making. Learn strategies for sharing data with different stakeholders.

3. Lessons from the Field on PFCE Data and Partnering with Families to Measure Progress
Hear from other Head Start and Early Head Start programs around the country about their experiences with PFCE data and the four data activities.

En Español:

Medición de lo importante
Niña midiéndose la estatura.Usar datos para el seguimiento del progreso de la familia y del programa es una parte esencial para fortalecer la participación de los padres, la familia y la comunidad (PFCE, sigla en inglés). Explore esta serie de webinarios en tres partes del Centro Nacional del Compromiso de Padres, Familias y Comunidad (NCPFCE, sigla en inglés) para aprender cómo los programas pueden usar datos para el seguimiento del progreso hacia los resultados esperados de la familia y para hacer mejoras en el programa.

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SOURCE ARTICLE: Center for Parent Information and Resources