What does Practice say about ELO Quality?

On February 27th, 2015, Beyond School Bells hosted our second ELO Quality breakfast at our office in Lincoln. This meeting featured a panel of ELO Leaders from Lincoln and Omaha (Lea Ann Johnson-Lincoln CLC Director and Megan Addison-Collective for Youth Executive Director) and Dr. Teresa Wanser (ESU #18, Lincoln Public Schools) and Dr. Anne Hermann (Omaha Data Collaborative, United Way of the Midlands). The panelists discussed how they have developed data systems to collect information about the impact of their program on participating youth. They also shared about the ELO field’s data collection limitations and future data system needs. This breakfast built on a conversation we started in December at a similar breakfast which explored What does the Research say about ELO quality.


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