Research, Technology, & Students With Disabilities: Assessing Progress of Your Technology Initiatives

American Institutes for Research; Center on Technology & Disability

This guide was developed by AIR for the Center for Technology and Disability (CTD) to address SEA and LEA need for conducting an evaluation of district technology implementation initiatives or processes. This guide will help you understand how to conduct an evaluation that is useful for you and provides the types of information you need. The resources, tips, and worksheets included are designed to support the process of conducting an evaluation, from articulating objectives and intended outcomes to developing evaluation questions to analyzing results of data collection efforts, involving stakeholders in the process and making data-driven decisions to improve outcomes of your initiative.

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