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First 5 Kern Annual Report Fiscal Year 2010-2011. Presented By JIANJUN “JJ” WANG, Ph.D. Focuses of the Annual Report. 1. Meet state requirements to justify the return on state investment Results-Based Accountability: Identify what works for whom in which context.

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First 5 kern annual report fiscal year 2010 2011

First 5 Kern Annual Report Fiscal Year 2010-2011

Presented By

JIANJUN “JJ” WANG, Ph.D.


Focuses of the annual report
Focuses of the Annual Report

  • 1. Meet state requirements to justify the return on state investment

    • Results-Based Accountability: Identify what works for whom in which context.

    • 2. Facilitate program improvement

    • “Define success as turning the curve away from the baseline or beating the baseline” (Friedman, 2005, p. 58) – It is particularly important when decrease of the state revenue seems inevitable (as tobacco consumptions dwindle down).


What works fact finding outcome assessment and trend evaluation
What Works: Fact Finding, Outcome Assessment, and Trend Evaluation

  • Descriptive Data to Count Service Outputs

    • # of Children Born with Low Birth Weight

    • # of Mothers Involved in Breastfeeding

    • # of Families with Insurance Coverage

  • Assessment of Service Outcomes

    “Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.”

    -- Albert Einstein

  • Analysis of Variable Relations


State recommended evaluation framework
State-Recommended Evaluation Framework Evaluation

  • Three levels of data will be collected, evaluated and reported on in order to provide answers to different categories of questions. These levels include:

    • Descriptive data;

    • Outcome data; and

    • Data produced through applied social research methods. (First 5 California, 2005, p. 5)


Structure of the report
Structure of the Report Evaluation

  • Chapter 1: First 5 Kern Overview

  • Chapter 2: Impact of First 5 Kern-Funded Programs

  • Chapter 3: Effectiveness of Service Integration

  • Chapter 4: Turning the Curve

  • Chapter 5: Conclusions and Future Directions


Fact finding descriptive results on service counts
Fact Finding: Descriptive Results on Service Counts Evaluation

  • Sormano and Neville-Morgan (2009) pointed out, “Data is more compelling when aggregated” (p. 18).

    • In the Health and Wellness area, the number of funded programs increased from eight in the last year to 11 this year.

    • Five new programs have been added to the Parent Education and Support Services area, making a total of 18 funded programs this year.

    • Approximately $1 million were added to expand services in Early Childcare and Education.


Programs highlighted in the state report
Programs Highlighted in the State Report Evaluation

  • Programs covered in the local report to the state:

    • Community Action Partnership of Kern 2-1-1 program

    • Bakersfield Adult School Health Literacy Program

    • Delano School Readiness Initiative

    • Indian Wells Valley Family Resource Center

    • Children’s Health Initiative

    • Successful Application Stipend

    • GBLA’s Domestic Violence Reduction Project.


Fact finding health and wellness
Fact Finding: Health and Wellness Evaluation

Figure 5: Relation Between Low Birth Weight and Family Income


Fact finding health and wellness1
Fact Finding: Health and Wellness Evaluation

Figure 6: Lack of Regular Dental Checking in Single Parent Families


Outcome assessment health and wellness
Outcome Assessment: Health and Wellness Evaluation

Figure 11: Parental Respect


Outcome assessment health and wellness1
Outcome Assessment: Health and Wellness Evaluation

Figure 12: Peer Respect


Outcome assessment health and wellness2
Outcome Assessment: Health and Wellness Evaluation

Figure 13: Attention Span


Fact finding parent education and support services
Fact Finding: EvaluationParent Education and Support Services

Figure 19: Trend of Resolving Immigration Barriers


Fact finding parent education and support services1
Fact Finding: EvaluationParent Education and Support Services

Figure 20: Trend of Expanding Insurance Coverage


Outcome assessment parent education and support services
Outcome Assessment: EvaluationParent Education and Support Services

Figures 21 & 22: Change of Parent Beliefs on Child Fearing

Arvin

Shafter


Outcome assessment parent education and support services1
Outcome Assessment: EvaluationParent Education and Support Services

Figure 25: Improvement of Substance Abuse Condition Through Parent Education


Fact finding balance service coverage in kern county figures 27 28
Fact Finding: Balance Service Coverage in Kern County (Figures 27 & 28)

Results of ASQ-3 36th Month Assessment

Focus Area 2


Outcome assessment early childcare and education table 10 reference
Outcome Assessment: (Figures 27 & 28)Early Childcare and Education (Table 10 reference)


Outcome assessment early childcare and education
Outcome Assessment: (Figures 27 & 28)Early Childcare and Education

Figure 30: Early Education Programs Do a Good Job


Outcome assessment early childcare and education1
Outcome Assessment: (Figures 27 & 28)Early Childcare and Education

Figure 33: Invariant Language Combinations across Ages 4 and 5


Outcome assessment early childcare and education figure 35
Outcome Assessment: (Figures 27 & 28)Early Childcare and Education (Figure 35)


Outcome assessment early childcare and education table 12
Outcome Assessment: (Figures 27 & 28)Early Childcare and Education (Table 12)


Fact finding outreach activities across programs table 14
Fact Finding: (Figures 27 & 28)Outreach Activities Across Programs (Table 14)


Fact finding integration of services across programs
Fact Finding: (Figures 27 & 28)Integration of Services Across Programs

Figure 38: Referrals to Enhance Service Accessibility in the Local Context


Fact finding integration of services across programs1
Fact Finding: (Figures 27 & 28)Integration of Services Across Programs

Figure 40: Proportion of Coordinated Services Across Different Funding Levels


Outcome assessment integration of services across programs
Outcome Assessment: (Figures 27 & 28)Integration of Services Across Programs

Figure 45: Translation Services Across Different Funding Levels


Outcome assessment integration of services across programs1
Outcome Assessment: (Figures 27 & 28)Integration of Services Across Programs

Figure 51: Effectiveness of Integration Services


Outcome assessment integration of services across programs2
Outcome Assessment: (Figures 27 & 28)Integration of Services Across Programs

Figure 53: Increase of Program Visibility Through Local Partnerships








Trend evaluation effect of turning the curve since 2009
Trend Evaluation: 2009 (Table 22)Effect of “Turning the Curve” Since 2009

  • Additional results are available in the annual report, including:

    • More nursery school attendance for children after age 3;

    • Fewer children were exposed to cigarette smoke;

    • More children received all shots recommended by doctors;

    • More children being read to twice or more times per week.


Conclusions
Conclusions 2009 (Table 22)

  • Based on the results from fact-finding, outcome assessment, and trend evaluation, First 5 Kern, through its funded partners, has:

    • Extended the current longitudinal data gathering beyond the annual monitoring of First 5 Kern performance;

    • Incorporated more explanatory and outcome variables to justify the Results-Based Accountability (RBA) on each Result Indicator (see the next slide);

    • Strengthened its leadership role in the area of service integration.


Additional information from program specific instruments
Additional Information from 2009 (Table 22)Program-Specific Instruments

  • Program-Specific Instruments include:

    1. Anger Management Assessment

    2. Be Choosey Be Healthy

    3. Child Assessment Summer Bridge

    4. Comprehensive Need Assessment

    5. Eyberg Child Assessment

    6. Incredible Years Parenting Scale

    7. Richardson’s Student Behavior Assessment

    8. School Readiness Articulation Survey

    9. Substance Abuse Assessment


Introduction to new recommendations
Introduction to New Recommendations 2009 (Table 22)

Statement from Kris Perry, Executive Director,

First 5 California

Regarding First 5 California Project Legacy

Due to declining revenues, First 5 California can no longer fund programs at their current levels. We anticipated this situation and are prepared to address it in a fair and equitable manner.

Our aim is to fulfill the objectives of our strategic plan, be responsible stewards of tax dollars and help ensure all children enter school ready to achieve their greatest potential. To accomplish this, we created First 5 California Project Legacy to serve as a “Roadmap to the Future” by establishing two to three Signature Programs and innovative Pilot Projects for children 0 to 5 and their families.


Introduction to new recommendations1
Introduction to New Recommendations 2009 (Table 22)

  • Three Signature Programs identified by the State Commission:

    • a child program

    • a parent program

    • a teacher program

      Source: http://www.ccfc.ca.gov/Help/program_development.asp


New recommendations
New Recommendations 2009 (Table 22)

1. Identify/develop “signature programs” through a balanced consideration between the existing partners with exemplary track records and new partners with strong potential to deliver groundbreaking services;

2. Collect timely feedback from service providers to enhance performance tracking;

3. Invite input from service providers on additional evidences that should have been gathered to represent their outcome-based contributions.


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