ACHF Arts Education
Nine sites not using theater partner with CLIMB. 95% of their staff say learners benefit. Actor/job experts evaluating learners say 93% improve skills. Site staff complete final written evaluations. Learners getting ten sessions do mock job interviews videoed before the first and after the last class. Acting and job experts judge the videos. 2: 100% of partners say CLIMB overcame barriers they and/or their learners experience that prevents participation in arts learning. All executive directors write recommendation letters that include confirmation CLIMB mitigated the barriers to arts learning that were present for their sites and their students.
9 organizations not using theatre partnered with CLIMB. 99% of staff said learners benefitted. Actor/job experts say 100% of learners improved skills. To determine the degree of project success, CLIMB used a multi-tiered evaluation plan including: daily staff and student evaluations, final evaluations, artist journals, quizzes, and third party reviews of mock interviews. CLIMB, reviewed all evaluation data regularly. CLIMB considered the project a success if 95% of staff reported that learner’s benefited on the final evaluation, and if 93% of learners participating in the mock interviews showed improvement. CLIMB surpassed both measures. 2: 100% of partners say CLIMB overcame barriers they and/or their learners' experience that prevents participation in arts learning. Each partner organization submitted a letter indicating if CLIMB overcame their students’ barriers to arts participation. 100% of partner organizations submitted these letters and noted CLIMB's success. Moreover, though not an outcome measure, CLIMB also asked students to both identify barriers, and if CLIMB overcame these barriers in the final evaluations. 94% reported CLIMB barriers to participation in these evaluations.
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