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Evaluate your Ready to Read project
Libraries participating in the Ready to Read grant program must use outcome base evaluation to determine the impact of grant-funded activities on youth and adults. All libraries will be implementing grant-funded activities in an effort to achieve the same desired outcomes.  Libraries may use interviews, observations, and/or surveys to evaluate their grant-funded activities. Evaluation results are reported to the State Library December 1 every year.
 
Evaluation resources:
 
Desired outcomes:
  • Young children develop the six early literacy skills by the time they start kindergarten. (Early literacy projects)
  • Adults enjoy reading, singing, talking, writing, and playing with their young children regularly to help them develop early literacy skills. (Early literacy projects)
  • Youth maintain or improve their literacy skills over the summer. (Summer reading projects)
  • Youth demonstrate their love of reading and learning by choosing to engage in these activities during their free time. (Summer reading projects)
  • Adults enjoy spending time engaging in literacy activities with youth regularly to help them develop literacy skills. (Summer reading projects)
 
Please contact Katie Anderson at 503-378-2528 or katie.anderson@state.or.us if you need assistance or have any questions.