TADA's impact score

In 2016, TADA started a collaboration with Vlerick Business School to follow up on the quality of the TADA weekend schools and to measure the effect of TADA on the target group in a uniform way. Together we determined a series of indicators, also called TISC, or TADA’s Impact Score Card.

The TISC includes quantitative key performance indicators, such as the number of TADA teenagers who subscribe and then drop out, the average number of volunteers per TADA class per Saturday, and the number of alumni who graduate in the traditional education system.

TADA also applies qualitative criteria. By encouraging teenagers to recreate certain situations through role-play, TADA aims to stimulate and follow-up on the growth of teenagers in terms of citizenship and in terms of non-cognitive competencies. This is measured and compared at the beginning and at the end of the program.

Lastly, by means of questionnaires based on the ‘Net Promoter Score’, we ask diverse TADA stakeholders, such as our volunteers, whether they believe that TADA achieves its objectives.

*All graphs in this annual report refer to the 2018-2019 school year.

To learn more about TADA’s impact, click here.

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