Indicator Match-Up!

Measure 1. Number of schools receiving the Asthma-Friendly Schools Initiative Toolkit.

Possible answers:
A. (Describe the PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT to district or school staff that your project provided that focused on youth at disproportionate risk for chronic diseases that your project identified.) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with providing professional development to staff, not distribution of materials.”

B. (Did your asthma management project…DISTRIBUTE model programs, guidance, implementation strategies, or other resource materials to promote asthma management?) = “Correct! This Indicators question deals with distribution of asthma management materials, such as the Asthma-Friendly Schools Initiative Toolkit.”

C. (Describe the TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE to district or school staff that your HIV prevention project provided to reach youth your project identified as being at disproportionate risk for HIV transmission.) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with provision of technical assistance, not distribution of materials.”

D. (Did the SEA and SHA partnership plan include specific activities to…evaluate CSHP activities?) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with specific external collaboration activities (i.e., evaluation), not distribution of materials.”

E. (Did your HIV prevention project DEVELOP (or revise or assist in developing) model policies, policy guidance, or other policy materials for district or school staff?) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with policy development, not the distribution of materials.”

Measure 2. Training design for a CSH approach that targets programs for youth at disproportionate risk for chronic disease developed and implemented.

Possible answers:
A. (Describe the PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT to district or school staff that your project provided that focused on youth at disproportionate risk for chronic diseases that your project identified.) = “Correct! This Indicators question deals with providing professional development to staff related to youth identified as being at disproportionate risk for chronic disease.”

B. (Did your asthma management project…DISTRIBUTE model programs, guidance, implementation strategies, or other resource materials to promote asthma management?) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with distribution of materials, not providing professional development to staff.”

C. (Describe the TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE to district or school staff that your HIV prevention project provided to reach youth your project identified as being at disproportionate risk for HIV transmission.) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with provision of technical assistance to staff, not providing professional development to staff.”

D. (Did the SEA and SHA partnership plan include specific activities to…evaluate CSHP activities?) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with specific external collaboration activities (i.e., evaluation), not providing professional development to staff.”

E. (Did your HIV prevention project DEVELOP (or revise or assist in developing) model policies, policy guidance, or other policy materials for district or school staff?) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with policy development, not providing professional development to staff.”

Measure 3.  Board-approval of new HIV confidentiality policy.

Possible answers:
A. (Describe the PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT to district or school staff that your project provided that focused on youth at disproportionate risk for chronic diseases that your project identified.) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with providing professional development to staff, not policy development.”

B. (Did your asthma management project…DISTRIBUTE model programs, guidance, implementation strategies, or other resource materials to promote asthma management?) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with distribution of materials, not policy development.”

C. (Describe the TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE to district or school staff that your HIV prevention project provided to reach youth your project identified as being at disproportionate risk for HIV transmission.) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with provision of technical assistance to staff, not policy development.”

D. (Did the SEA and SHA partnership plan include specific activities to…evaluate CSHP activities?) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with specific external collaboration activities (i.e., evaluation), not policy development.”

E. (Did your HIV prevention project DEVELOP (or revise or assist in developing) model policies, policy guidance, or other policy materials for district or school staff?) = “Correct! This Indicators question deals with the development of HIV policy resources.”

Measure 4. Number of schools receiving assistance for tailoring HIV programs to reach their identified high-risk African American males.

Possible answers:
A. (Describe the PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT to district or school staff that your project provided that focused on youth at disproportionate risk for chronic diseases that your project identified.) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with providing professional development to staff, not providing technical assistance to staff.”

B. (Did your asthma management project…DISTRIBUTE model programs, guidance, implementation strategies, or other resource materials to promote asthma management?) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with distribution of materials, not providing technical assistance to staff.”

C. (Describe the TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE to district or school staff that your HIV prevention project provided to reach youth your project identified as being at disproportionate risk for HIV transmission.) = “Correct! This Indicators question deals with provision of technical assistance to staff related to youth they have identified as being at disproportionate risk for HIV transmission.”

D. (Did the SEA and SHA partnership plan include specific activities to…evaluate CSHP activities?) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with specific external collaboration activities (i.e., evaluation), not providing technical assistance to staff.”

E. (Did your HIV prevention project DEVELOP (or revise or assist in developing) model policies, policy guidance, or other policy materials for district or school staff?) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with policy development, not providing technical assistance to staff.”

Measure 5. Data management system developed.

Possible answers:
A. (Describe the PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT to district or school staff that your project provided that focused on youth at disproportionate risk for chronic diseases that your project identified.) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with providing professional development to staff, not data management or evaluation.”

B. (Did your asthma management project…DISTRIBUTE model programs, guidance, implementation strategies, or other resource materials to promote asthma management?) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with distribution of materials, not data management or evaluation.”

C. (Describe the TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE to district or school staff that your HIV prevention project provided to reach youth your project identified as being at disproportionate risk for HIV transmission.) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with provision of technical assistance to staff, not data management or evaluation.”

D. (Did the SEA and SHA partnership plan include specific activities to…evaluate CSHP activities?) = “Correct! This Indicators question deals with specific external collaboration activities (i.e., evaluation), such as developing a data management system.”

E. (Did your HIV prevention project DEVELOP (or revise or assist in developing) model policies, policy guidance, or other policy materials for district or school staff?) = “Incorrect, Try Again! This Indicators question deals with policy development, not data management or evaluation.”