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RFL partners with Hays Consolidated Independent School District to evaluate their Texas Title I Priority Schools Transformation program!

RFL is partnering with Hays Consolidated Independent School District in central Texas to evaluate the district’s Texas Title I Priority Schools grant program at Live Oak Academy High School. Within the grant, the district chose to implement the Transformation Model, which focuses on teacher and school leader effectiveness, comprehensive instructional reform, increasing learning time and creating community-oriented schools, and providing operational flexibility and sustained support. Evaluation activities include document review, interviews, focus groups, surveys, observations, analyses, and reporting. RFL evaluators meet with program staff to debrief and contribute to improvement planning throughout the evaluation.

RFL partners with Del Valle Independent School District to evaluate their 21st Century Community Learning Centers!

RFL is partnering with Del Valle Independent School District in central Texas to evaluate the district’s 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC). The centers are funded by a federal formula grant to provide academic enrichment to students during non-school hours, specifically students attending high poverty and low performing schools. The program offers a variety of services to meet students’ needs, including local assessment preparation, enrichment activities, literacy, and family services. Evaluation activities include 21st CCLC youth participant surveys, program staff surveys, school staff surveys, and parent surveys; analyses, and reporting. RFL evaluators will meet with program staff to debrief and contribute to improvement planning throughout the evaluation.

RFL partners with Northside Independent School District to evaluate their newly awarded Department of Defense Education Activity’s project: Beyond High School: Creating K–12 College Competencies.

RFL is partnering with Northside Independent School District to evaluate the district’s Beyond High School: Creating K–12 College Competencies program, funded by the Department of Defence Education Activity. Program goals include increasing college readiness and providing transitional support services to military affiliated students and their families. Evaluation activities include document collection and surveys of participating teachers, military dependent students, and parents. RFL evaluators will meet with program staff to debrief and contribute to improvement planning throughout the evaluation.