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1 COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP FOR ATTAINMENT SELF-ASSESSMENT September 30, 2014
2 Lumina Foundation | September 30, 2014 © 2014 StriveTogether, LLC StriveTogether Framework
3 Lumina Foundation | September 30, 2014 © 2014 StriveTogether, LLC Purpose of the Self-Assessment Help communities understand unique strengths and obstacles towards developing a partnership that impacts community level higher education attainment outcomes Primary purpose is for mutual learning about evolving partnerships Help Lumina team identify promising practices and areas of potential strategic assistance
4 Lumina Foundation | September 30, 2014 © 2014 StriveTogether, LLC Self-Assessment Background Online self-assessment tool on the Qualtrics platform Email invitation sent on August 22, 2014 to primary contact Initial self-assessment as the cohort commences work Subsequent Self-Assessments at the request of communities Data shared back with communities and Lumina Foundation
5 Lumina Foundation | September 30, 2014 © 2014 StriveTogether, LLC Self-Assessment Background – Three Supporting Documents GuideFAQsWorksheet
6 Lumina Foundation | September 30, 2014 © 2014 StriveTogether, LLC Self-Assessment Areas of Inquiry Geographic scope Vision of increasing higher education attainment Accountability structure Community messages & communications strategy Community level outcomes Core indicators for the community level outcomes Data reporting and analysis Approach to continuous improvement Coordinating organization; management approach Funder engagement Note: Sites that are part of the StriveTogether National Cradle to Career Network can complete an abbreviated assessment. We will request permission to release your Civic Infrastructure Assessment results to Lumina Foundation.
7 Lumina Foundation | September 30, 2014 © 2014 StriveTogether, LLC Self-Assessment Approach
8 Lumina Foundation | September 30, 2014 © 2014 StriveTogether, LLC Self-Assessment Approach
9 Lumina Foundation | September 30, 2014 © 2014 StriveTogether, LLC Self-Assessment Approach for Communities A team convenes to review the Self- Assessment questions Delegate milestone specific question to the individual most familiar with that work Designate Self-Assessment point person Point person to compile responses and supporting documents for submission
10 Lumina Foundation | September 30, 2014 © 2014 StriveTogether, LLC Timeline for Implementation August 22, 2014 – Electronic Self-Assessment packet sent to partnership key contact September 30, 2014 – Self-Assessment Webinar October 15, 2014 – Self-Assessment due date January 2015 – Sites receive Self-Assessment reports
11 Lumina Foundation | September 30, 2014 © 2014 StriveTogether, LLC Feedback Loop to Communities In advance of completing the report, we will contact you for a review of submitted data In January 2015, you will receive feedback on the Self-Assessment Your Self-Assessment report will also be shared with Lumina Foundation Key findings will include progress on milestones and opportunities for potential strategic assistance and related supports
12 Lumina Foundation | September 30, 2014 © 2014 StriveTogether, LLC Questions and Contact Information Sarah Harrison Project Manager email@example.com Katy Silliman Strategic Assistance Director firstname.lastname@example.org
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