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Tracking Financial Capability: Select and Collect Indicator Data
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Indicators are the data that help you assess whether or not you are on track to achieve the desired results identified in your logic model. They are also useful to communicate your program’s potential impact to funders and stakeholders. Programs that consistently collect and review data to track key indicators are likely to be better prepared to participate in formal evaluations, which determine whether or not a program is making a difference in their participants’ lives. This guide will help you to select and collect data to track your program’s progress in building financial capability.
Author: Elizabeth McGuinness, Emily Hoagland, Kori Hattemer, Pamela Chan, Parker Cohen
Topic: Research and evaluation
Publisher: Prosperity Now (formerly CFED)
Location: United States
Format: Guide
Content Type: Tools
Publication Date: February 28, 2015