We Are Committed to Evaluating our Success
The Bainbridge Healthy Youth Alliance is committed to measuring the success of its efforts through a variety of methods, both quantitative and qualitative. We also pay close attention to the latest research on positive youth development and incorporate that research into collaborative conversations and action planning with partners.
The following documents are summaries of the latest data collected from Bainbridge students. They provide a starting point to assess the needs of local youth.
- Parent Survey Data Jan 2017
- “What Needs Our Attention?” Selected Healthy Youth Survey Results 2014
- “What are Island Youth Saying?” Compiled 2012-15
- Youth Survey on Thriving 2015
- 2013 Healthy Youth Summit Data Summary
- 2013 Youth Engagement Survey
The following research documents provide evidence of why Alliance work is tremendously important for the growth and wellbeing of our children.
Gabrieli, C., Ansel, D., & Bartolino Krachman, S. (2015). Ready to be counted: The research case for education policy on non-cognitive skills, Transforming Education.