Strategies for supporting home visitors with data collection (2015)

A TEI presentation sharing multiple strategies for supporting home visitors in their data collection efforts. Presentation includes an introduction to the Tribal MIECHV data collection toolkit and the Roadmap for Collaborative and Effective Evaluation in Tribal Communities.

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Building processes for conducting and managing data collection (2015)

A TEI presentation reviewing various issues related to data collection, data monitoring and data quality.

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Accessing and collecting data for effective tribal services (2014)

A TEI presentation reviewing various issues related to Tribal MIECHV performance monitoring including data requirements, benchmarks, data systems and lessons learned.

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Summary of Performance Measurement Plans

TEI works with Tribal Home Visiting Program grantees to help them develop plans to measure the performance of their programs. This document summarizes 25 grantee plans to measure improvements in 6 benchmark areas.

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Engaging Communities in the Development of Performance Measurement Plans

Tribal Home Visiting Program grantees engage their communities in the development of performance measures that provide useful data for program management, continuous quality improvement, and ongoing assessment of family needs.

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Building Performance Measurement Capacity in Tribal Communities

Tribal Home Visiting Program grantees and communities are building a key evaluation capacity: performance measurement. Here are some of the benefits grantees have reported as a result of the performance measurement planning process.

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Performance Measurement in the Tribal Home Visiting Program

Tribal Home Visiting Program grantees use performance measurement data to understand how well programs are meeting their families’ needs, track improvement over time, and communicate successes.

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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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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. Although it was designed for grantees—including program managers, evaluators, home visitors, and other staff—it also may be useful for early childhood programs and others who serve AIAN communities.

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