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Department of Education
What if your program does not need a comprehensive evaluation? EADC provides an array of à la carte services to our educational partners to support with developing and implementing surveys, focus groups and stakeholder interviews, and any other quantitative and qualitative data collection methods needed.
Quantitative data are data gathered that can be counted or summarized numerically. Quantitative data may come from surveys, student information systems, federal or state databases, and many other sources, and can be visualized using charts and graphs.
Types of projects we support:
Stakeholder feedback for District Local Control Accountability Plans (LCAPs)
Data collection for program continuous improvement work
Initial Consultation (no cost) - Identify objectives of data collection and determine the type and format of data collection
Design measurement tools
Create high-quality survey questions based on program objectives, following best practices and principles of survey design
Develop qualitative data collection guides and protocols
Translations of materials
Coordinate data collection
Survey distribution and administration
Interview/focus group facilitation (small groups of 6-8 people)
Conduct observations, create photo essays, etc.
Service/systems data (e.g., available services, resources, practices, protocols, etc.) to identify needs or gaps
Student information systems data
Analysis & Interpretation (includes data cleaning, processing, transcribing and translating)
Disseminate findings by creating data visualizations, presentations, and reports