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Program Evaluation Research  [8]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/194006

Does your program make a difference? Are your program participants and volunteers satisfied? Are your staff members effective? How do you know? Evaluation is critical for sustaining a successful youth program.


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Youth in 4-H Participation Patterns

Scott, Siri; Blyth, Dale; Larson Nippolt, Pam (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2014)
Youth organizations, like 4-H, are dynamic systems with structures that grow and change over time. In the current study, we examine differences in participation across gender, race, ethnicity, and area of residence.

Educational Equity Self-Assessment

Cooper, Daniel (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2017)
This instrument draws upon evidence-based principles for building youth educational equity and can help you to assess how your program goals and implementation align with educational equity best practices. The goal of this ...

Exploring the Supply and Demand for Community Learning Opportunities in Minnesota

Lochner, Ann; Allen, Gina; Blyth, Dale; Minnesota Commission on Out-of-School Time (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2005)
It is with great pleasure we share the results of this one of a kind study—Exploring Supply and Demand for Community Learning Opportunities in Minnesota. This study was designed to explore Minnesota parent and youth ...

Science of Agriculture Challenge report

Grant, Samantha (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2015)
The Science of Agriculture Challenge completed its pilot year of implementation in 2014-2015. Twelve teams distributed throughout the state took part in the final showcase which was a 2.5 day event on the St. Paul University ...

Journeys into Community Full Report

Blyth, Dale; Walker, Joyce; Lochner, Ann; Minnesota Commission on Out-of-School Time (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2005)
At the request of University of Minnesota President Bob Bruininks, several members of our faculty examined Minnesota youth needs and produced a blueprint for ensuring Minnesota’s young people have engaging opportunities ...

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