Task 2: Clarify the sources of information for each indicator

Key question 1: What data will be used for each indicator?

  • Reflect on the data you would ideally want to have for each indicator. If it is not possible to get these data, think about alternative data.

Examples:

  • Data on the number of practitioners mobilised is available from the measure’s reporting data.
  • Data on ‘absenteeism’ is available on the administrative system of our school.
  • Data on how the measure ‘increased students’ self-confidence and motivation’ is not available but can be collected.
  • Regarding the indicator ‘share of participants who move on to further education/training’ it is not possible to access administrative data on enrolment in further education/training. Self-reports of young people on their current activities and future career plans, six months after the programme, will be used instead.