Evaluate Impact

Access resources to support the cultural and scientific rigor of program evaluation.

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Track Performance

Select from a range of tools to monitor program activities and measure success.

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Improve Programs

Find out more about using continuous quality improvement strategies to make programs better.

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Share What You’ve Learned

Learn different ways to share program accomplishments and tell the program’s story.

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TEI’s mission is to help Tribal Home Visiting grantees gather and use information to improve the health and well-being of children and families. We provide technical assistance in program evaluation, performance measurement, continuous quality improvement, and dissemination. Our community-engaged approach builds capacity while honoring local and cultural strengths and practices. Together, we develop knowledge about home visiting in tribal communities and beyond.

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Tribal Home Visiting Program Report to Congress

The Tribal Home Visiting Program submitted its first report to Congress in February 2016. The report outlines the program’s approach, implementation, and findings since its initial funding in 2010 as part of the Affordable Care Act. We have the full report, executive summary, and a fact sheet available for download.

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Evaluation in Practice: Developing an Evaluation Plan with Scientific and Cultural Rigor

Reflections by Native American Professional Parent Resources, Inc. (NAPPR) on how they developed a culturally rigorous evaluation plan.

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TEI Data Collection Toolkit

The Data Collection Toolkit was developed to support data collection with AIAN families in their homes. Guided by years of work providing technical assistance to Tribal Home Visiting Program grantees, the toolkit addresses common grantee needs and challenges. While it was designed for grantees—including program managers, evaluators, home visitors, and other staff—it may also be useful for early childhood programs and others who serve AIAN communities.

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