Tribal child welfare programs collect a lot of data for many different reasons. Often these reasons are externally driven, like federal reporting or grant requirements. However, one of the most important uses for data is program improvement and to tell the program’s story of its work with children, families, and the community it serves. To do that, it is important to know how to ask questions of the data and understand the answers it gives. View this recorded webinar to learn how to make the most of your data.

Author: Center for Tribes