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Session 3: Analysis and reporting Collecting data for cost estimates Jack Worth (NFER) Panel on EEF reporting and data archiving Peter Henderson, Camilla Nevill, Steve Higgins and Andrew Bibby. Data collection for cost estimates. Jack Worth, NFER EEF London Evaluators Workshop.

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Session 3: Analysis and reportingCollecting data for cost estimatesJack Worth (NFER)Panel on EEF reporting and data archivingPeter Henderson, Camilla Nevill, Steve Higgins and Andrew Bibby


Data collection for cost estimates

Jack Worth, NFER

EEF London Evaluators Workshop

6th June 2014


Summary

  • Reporting cost is an important part of evaluations

  • Collecting the right information can be theoretically and practically challenging

  • Evaluators should be sharing experiences and best practice


Effectiveness


Cost effectiveness


Costs to consider collecting

  • Direct costs – how much would it cost a school or parent to buy the intervention?

    • how much did it cost may differ

  • Indirect costs – do staff have to put in more hours than usual?

    • always think: what is the counterfactual?

  • Needs to be quantitative information


Collecting cost information

  • Impact or process evaluation?

    • cost effectiveness relates to impact...

    • ...but process methods e.g. surveys, case studies, often better suited to cost data

  • Planning and communication

    • across evaluation project team

    • with development partner


Reporting cost information

  • Present the average cost to compare with average effectiveness

  • Cost per pupil or per school?

    • may depend on the specific intervention

    • cost per pupil is comparable to other interventions

  • Present the assumptions made and data sources used


Sharing best practice

  • Recommend agreeing principles for a common approach among evaluators

  • Questions?


EEF reporting and data archivingPeter Henderson (EEF)Camilla Nevill (EEF)Steve Higgins (Durham) - ChairAndrew Bibby (FFT)


The reporting process and publication of results on EEF’s websitePeter Henderson(EEF)


Reporting process

Evaluation team

Dissemination team


Classifying the security of findings from EEF evaluationsCamilla Nevill (EEF)

www.educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/evaluation


Example Appendix: Chatterbooks


Combining the results of evaluations with the meta-analysis in the Teaching and Learning ToolkitSteve Higgins (Durham)


Archiving EEF project data

Andrew Bibby


Prior to archiving…

  • Include permission for linking and archiving in consent forms

  • Retain pupil identifiers

  • Label values and variables

  • Save Syntax or Do files


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