Fast Five: Five Recommendations for Engaging Stakeholders in the Development, Implementation and Evaluation of Results-Based Accountability and Support Systems

NCSI Results Based Accountability and Support (RBAS) Team

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Fast Five: Five Recommendations for Engaging Stakeholders in the Development, Implementation and Evaluation of Results-Based Accountability and Support Systems

States working to establish and refine results-driven accountability and supports systems identified stakeholder engagement as vital to the process. Inviting stakeholders to the table ensures a diversity of perspectives will inform the development process, thereby strengthening the ultimate design.
In the fall of 2020, the NCSI RBAS team interviewed five states who have implemented results-based accountability and support systems to learn more about their experiences and ask what advice they would offer other states interested in creating similarly results-focused general supervision systems. What follows is a list of five considerations to include when engaging stakeholders to inform this work. We express our sincere gratitude to Colorado, Indiana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Vermont for sharing their insights with us.

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