Take action in response to evaluation results

Your evaluation should not end with a report on a shelf. Your stakeholders have a vested interest in the findings from your evaluation and what happens as a result. Districts that successfully make change on behalf of students engage all stakeholders in conversation about relevant findings, and then take responsive and responsible action.

Magnet directors, Kim Morrison (Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools) and Kelly Bucherie (Clark County School District) explain how evaluation findings have been used in their districts and schools for program improvement and decision-making.

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Key Actions

Discuss your findings with different stakeholders

Make program and policy changes


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