Public Works has been selected through three RFP processes to be the statewide evaluator for the CaMSP project since it began under the initial implementation under the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act. The statewide evaluation incorporates both process measures focused on how the program is implemented and outcome measures focused on the results of the program and interventions as designed by individual partnerships funded by CaMSP. Using both qualitative and quantitative data collection methods, the evaluation includes site visits, telephone interviews, observations of professional development, statewide partner and teacher surveys, analysis of teacher demographic and participation data, and a matched comparison/treatment study of student outcomes.
- Instruments: Public Works Surveys, Site Visit Protocols and other data collection tools
- Reports: Reports and supporting information submitted by Public Works to CDE for the CaMSP project
- Literature Reviews and Policy Briefs