Building Partnerships for Youth Program Assessment Tool
Posted by on December 30, 2005
[posted from Out of School Time Resource Center newsletter]
The Building Partnerships for Youth Program Assessment Tool was created to help administrators and program staff assess their program’s ability to address each of the 21 elements of youth development, thus allowing them to make informed decisions for their programs going forward. This short on-line self-assessment provides an immediate feedback report. Resources, including factsheets, e-bulletins and training archives, for incorporating many of the 21 elements are currently linked to the report. The Assessment Tool is available, free of charge at: http://ag.arizona.edu/fcs/bpy/assessment.html.
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