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Task 2.1: Establish the criteria that will be used to judge if a measure has performed well, or not

Key question: What will be considered as good performance?

  • Discuss with key colleagues how you will judge whether the identified results are positive.
  • Define these criteria before the evaluation. Otherwise the interpretation of the results is likely to be too optimistic.

Examples:
A measure would be considered as performing well if there is:

  • increase in the number of students enrolled in upper secondary programmes.
  • increase in the share of students enrolled in upper secondary programmes by 10%.
  • increase in the share of students enrolled in upper secondary programmes up to 90%.

To read more about how to determine what constitutes good performance go to section ‘Deciding if our programme or policy is good enough’ >