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Change and Implementation at a Glance: Monitoring, Evaluating, and Applying Findings
Explore considerations for monitoring and evaluating new interventions and applying findings to make adjustments aligned with equity and inclusion.
Capacity Building Center for States
Monitoring and evaluating programs can help support informed decision-making and guide improvements. Use this “at a glance” overview to explore key tasks and discover how to get the most out of monitoring, evaluating, and applying findings through an intentional focus on racial equity and integration of lived expertise.
Capacity Building Center for States. (2023). Change and implementation at a glance: Monitoring, evaluating, and applying findings. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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