Libraries are no strangers to delivering community services, nor to goal-setting, but they need to ensure that they’re participants in these larger movements (often called collective impact). It’s critical that they’re providing what their communities need, and that they, too, are collecting data that illustrate the outcomes of their efforts and tell the stories of their successes to funders, donors, and voters. That means moving from statistics like how many children participated in summer-reading programs, or that such programs grew X percent, to sharing names with schools on who participated—as they did at Mid-Continent Public Library, Independence, MO, despite the privacy reservations—to find out whether and how summer reading programs translate to individual student improvement.
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