Tools and Strategies to Improve your Summer Program – Course Outline

Tools and Strategies to Improve your Summer Program – Course Outline
Making your program better doesn’t happen by accident. It takes focus, persistence and data. Using a model developed with the National Summer Learning Association, this workshop will help participants understand the cycle of quality improvement and how a newly-released assessment tool (the Quick CASP) can gather the date to improve quality over time.

Download the course outline for “Tools and Strategies to Improve your Summer Program” from the link at your left.

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