Environmental education programs can do better when they use data
to learn – and improve. This toolkit, drawn from the experience of
many environmental organizations, shows you how.

Start here to learn more about the benefits of using data to drive improvement.
Or enter the toolkit from any of the three phases below.


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For Better Results
Phase 1: Create Your Theory of Change
Strengthen and document your program design, then identify what information you need to collect to know what is working and what could be improved.

Phase 2: Develop Your Measurement Plan
Design the tools and process for collecting data.

Phase 3: Engage in Continuous Improvement
Analyze and use data to make adjustments for better results.