New Jersey Department of Education

Reflection & Stakeholder Feedback


During the planning stages of summer programming, work with stakeholders to identify the evidence needed to assess student and program outcomes as well as develop protocols (see Logic Model example above) for evidence collection. Upon the conclusion of summer programming develop a team of stakeholders to analyze the data collected.

Stakeholder Feedback

Collection of stakeholder feedback can happen before, during, and after summer programming. In order to create meaningful reflection, it is recommended that districts collect feedback from a variety of stakeholders including the students, parents, adult participants, and partner participants.  The conclusions developed from the data and feedback provide a critical lens to identify any changes necessary for next summer’s programming and begins the planning process for the next summer. The link under Stakeholder Feedback Resources is from the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory and provides example surveys to use or as a template to tailor your own survey.

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