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K-State Research and Extension
123 Umberger Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-3401

September 20, 2016

Kansas 4-H Impact Evaluation Results Available

Submitted by Barbara Stone

The Kansas 4-H Impact Evaluation results are now available. The survey of 4-H members measured the outcomes of knowledge, attitude, skills and aspiration changes in the areas of making responsible choices, communications and citizenship.

The results will help you better report your outcomes and impacts. We encourage you to use it for your annual performance review and other reporting needs.

The county and district raw data and the instructions for how to use the data can be found on the Kansas4-H.org website or use this direct link:

Many thanks to the Youth Development PFT subcommittee for their enthusiasm and commitment to this evaluation effort.

Jill Martinson, Committee Chair martinso@ksu.edu
Candis Meerpolhl candism@ksu.edu
Kelsey Holcomb holcombk@ksu.edu
Tara Markley tmarkley@ksu.edu
Robyn Deines rdeines@ksu.edu
Barbara Stone, Ph.D. bstone@ksu.edu
Judy Levings, PhD. Evaluation Consultant - judylevings@gmail.com