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Evaluation of state and program implementation of the Pyramid Model: Suggested data elements


A necessary element of Pyramid Model implementation is data-based decision-making. All implementation sites within a state system are encouraged to collect data on an ongoing basis and summarize these data for decision-making at the program level. These program data are submitted to the state so that they can be summarized across all implementation sites and organized into different types of reports. The first report is a state level report that is used by the State Leadership Team to examine implementation efforts and outcomes. The second report is the program level report that is used to summarize program implementation progress. The last report is a stakeholder report that is used to report accomplishments and implementation efforts to the general public. By creating these reports, the state and program level teams ensure progress monitoring, outcome reporting, and sustainability. (author abstract)

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