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AMERICAN GRADUATE PLANNING TEAM LOGIC MODEL

Vision: All youth are prepared to accomplish career and future goals.
Mission: An ever-increasing number of students stay in school and graduate on time.
Resources/Inputs

Activities

Outputs

Short & Long Term Outcomes

Impact

Financial and non-financial resources


used to deliver activities, produce
outputs and accomplish outcomes.

The action(s) to produce one or more outputs under the program.


Demonstrate the "how" of the program.
Activities are sometimes referred to as "processes", "strategies" or
"action steps".

Direct products or services generated from


the activities
Typically are tangible and can be counted.

Outcomes are directly attributable to the


outputs delivered, behavioral changes that
result from increases in a target
population's skills, knowledge, awareness
and/or access.

A change of state in a
target population, e.g.
social impact.

An ever-increasing number of
citizens willing to get involved
Research results to ensure we are
addressing the issue from facts
not assumptions
Trained facilitators to lead
focus/stakeholder groups
Resources ($) to cover initiatives
expenses
Meeting space for full group and
for smaller stakeholder and
planning groups
Positive exposure from media
Energetic and committed
representatives in each
stakeholder and planning group
Collegial planning/ oversight
team
Energetic and committed
representatives to do research,
marketing, technology and fundraising
Identified allies, not part of the
action groups, that we can turn to
for advice
Participants that are
representative of the Hampton
Roads population

Create a powerful vision, values and mission


Create a logic model to drive our actions
Seek out related international, national and local research
and best practices, with a focus on Hampton Roads area
Recruit of stakeholders
Students
Parents
Teachers
School admin
Not-forprofits
Faith-based groups
Military
Corporations and businesses
Municipal government Neighborhood/civic groups
Identify and train stakeholder group facilitators
Keep media informed of the initiative, generate stories and
activities they will want to cover
Build collegial partnerships with school superintendents
Establish plan for stakeholder groups to include:
o Procedures
o Intended outcomes
o Communications channels between groups and team
o Local and national research findings
Maintain connections with those who support or participate
in the initiative
Create a toolbox that provides each stakeholder group
with guidance regarding how they can contribute to
reducing dropout statistics
Create a handbook that lists and defines existing
community roles and those that are needed that are crucial
to dropout prevention.
Identify new paradigms that engage innovative roles in
dropout prevention

# of involved stakeholders
% of the whole that each stakeholder
group represents
# of hours participants are in
stakeholder meetings
Indications of relevant diversity among
the stakeholders
# of advocates who are not part
stakeholder groups
Stakeholder work plans and regular
status updates exist
Each stakeholder group has submitted
findings on the impacts that policies
and/or practices within their cohort
group have on either increasing or
reducing the likelihood that students
stay in school
Best practice retention and
reengagement models are
identified/discussed/shared
Stakeholder groups can demonstrate
their access to the related research and
information needed to complete their
tasks # of media exposures positive
and negative
A mutually agreed upon system of
oversight is in place that includes school
and community representation

Communities (individuals, groups,


businesses) and schools
universally connect to support
youth.

Graduation rate is
sustained at 90% or
better for five years
Youth are prepared
for careers
(workplace readiness)
and/or college
(achieve grade level
academic proficiency)
Students have a sense
of purpose and a
positive view of their
personal future.
The region and its
communities are more
educated and
mobilized.

Resources/Inputs

Activities

Create a powerful vision, values and mission


Create a logic model to drive our actions
Research potential fund raising and management models
Develop and implement comprehensive fundraising plan
Select or create a fund raising model that works with the
diverse school districts in the region.
Explore the advantages/disadvantages of using a
consortium model as a possible funding administrator and
for administrative oversight
Identify the management and oversight needs of our
selected model

Create materials that are student friendly. Ensure that the


language is at an appropriate level based on the targeted
audience.
Determine what will be the lowest meaningful level of
involvement that will be accepted by a student
Identify creative and relevant strategies for utilizing youth
in creating a graduation movement

Outputs

Short & Long Term Outcomes

Impact

The funding the team solicits and


receive includes support for the
initiatives overhead
The initiatives funding includes
significant support from noneducational sources
The initiative has identified the sources
for current educational funding
Specific funding for retention and
reengagement is identified and tracked
Money that duplicates services already
addressed has been identified and
moved elsewhere
Funding sources that offer ongoing
financial support are highlighted and
sought
In-kind resources have been identified
and secured
Funding has been identified and
secured to cover the costs of the
stakeholder aspect of the initiative
# of students meaningfully involved
# of students who indicated the process
was worthwhile
# of students who served in advocacy
roles
# of student-driven decisions that led to
action
Proof that students had decision-making
roles and remained involved throughout
Student involvement has led to
increases in the culture of the students
school
Parents report that their student informs
them about their involvement activities
Spectrum of involved students are
representative of the student
population
Students become active members in other
stakeholder groups upon graduation

New funding streams sustain


retention and reengagement efforts
without reducing other educational
funding.

Graduation rate is
sustained at 90% or
better for five years
Youth are prepared
for careers
(workplace readiness)
and/or college
(achieve grade level
academic proficiency)
Students have a sense
of purpose and a
positive view of their
personal future.
The region and its
communities are more
educated and
mobilized.

An ever-increasing number of
Graduation rate is
sustained at 90% or
students are meaningfully involved
better for five years
in accomplishing the mission
Youth are prepared
(ensuring students stay in school
for careers
and graduate on time).

(workplace readiness)
and/or college
(achieve grade level
academic proficiency)
Students have a sense
of purpose and a
positive view of their
personal future.
The region and its
communities are more
educated and
mobilized.