Monitoring - evaluation

Evaluation of educational programs financed by EU funds, 2022

T-TUDOK carried out two evaluations in 2022 on behalf of the Prime Minister’s Office, in the consortium led by the KOPINT-TÁRKI Konjunktúrakutató Intézet Zrt. One of the evaluations focused on development projects aimed at increasing the number of applications for STEM majors in higher education and at reducing dropout rates in these fields, especially among women and disadvantaged students. The other evaluation focused on public educational programs conducted in order to reduce early school leaving. During the evaluations mixed methodology was used, besides interviews, focus groups, online surveys and data analysis, a counterfactual impact assessment of the EFOP-3.1.5-16 scheme was carried out, too, with the methodological support of the European Commission’s Joint Research Center CRIE.

Creating Creative Learning Environments by Creative Partnerships Programme—Evaluation of the Creative Partnerships Pilot Mathematics Programme in Pécs

The aim of the paper is to present the main results of qualitative and quantitative research measuring the impact of the Creative Partnerships pilot programme on certain competencies, reading skills development and math knowledge of the participating students from heterogeneous - socially advantaged and disadvantaged - background.

The monitoring and evaluation of the Sure Start Program 2015

Within the framework of the project “The monitoring and evaluation of the Sure Start Program” (under SROP 5.2.1.-12/1) T-Tudok Inc. evaluated the performance of Sure Start Houses in terms of the programs effect on the development of affected children and parents. 

Tanoda-research (2012/2013)

By the commission of the Roma Education Fund, T-Tudok Inc. kept track of the professional pedagogical work of 19 supported tanoda (study hall) during the 2012/2013 academic year. The program’s effectiveness was examined by students’ competency tests, by analyzing data gathered with the help of qualitative techniques throughout each fieldtrip, and by analyzing quantifiable indicators (e.g. tanoda presence, year-end and midterm ratings).

Find the executive summary of the report here.

Monitoring of the Dobbantó Programme (2009-2011)

This monitoring programme aims to establish the institutional framework of personalized education in vocational schools through operating special preparatory classes for drop outs and students with behavioral and/or learning disabilities (but not with special educational needs). The project sponsored by the Public Foundation for Equal Opportunities of People with Disabilities is being delivered between 2009 and 2011.

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