2019 Tribal Management Institute Plenary Session 3: Data-Driven Decision-Making—Using Data To Create Aligned Contributions

This plenary was presented during the Office of Child Care’s 2019 Tribal Management Institute.

In this plenary session, participants considered the following questions: How can we effectively work together with our partners to support families and children in AI/AN CCDF programs? How do we know when we are successful in making a real and measurable difference in the lives of children and families? Participants were introduced to the Results-Based Accountability framework, which provides a strategy for identifying results as we work toward effective CCDF program implementation in the context of the CCDF final rule. Participants explored how to engage partners in working toward those results and how to hold themselves accountable in this work by using data to drive change. A follow-up workshop included an activity that demonstrates how contributions can be aligned using data to measure results. In small groups, participants worked on a topic of their choice to identify a result, determine partners who might work together to achieve the result, identify the contributions each partner might make, and discuss how progress could be measured.

Publication Date: 
April 5, 2019
Resource Type: 
National Meeting Resources Presentations
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