Program Monitoring and Evaluation Sample Clauses

Program Monitoring and Evaluation. (c) The Recipient shall prepare, or cause to be prepared, and furnish to the Association not later than six months after the Closing Date, a report of such scope and in such detail as the Association shall reasonably request, on the execution of the Program, the performance by the Recipient and the Association of their respective obligations under the Legal Agreements and the accomplishment of the purposes of the Financing.”
Program Monitoring and Evaluation. 38. The District will monitor the EL services and English Language Proficiency progress of current ELs and the academic performance of current and former ELs through its electronic student information system(s). To facilitate its monitoring of current and former ELs, the District will maintain the following information electronically and in hard copy in each student’s permanent educational record: the home language survey; the EL’s initial and annual English Language Proficiency assessment scores in all domains, and the name of each EL program (e.g., Sheltered ESL, ESL Push-In, Transitional Bilingual) in which the student is enrolled (e.g., if the EL program changed over time). To permit evaluations of its EL programs over time, the District will maintain in its student database the following data in separate fields: all English Language Proficiency assessment scores, including the initial screener and annual assessment scores; standardized test scores; retention, drop out, and graduation data; whether the student is a long-term EL, an opt-out EL, a former EL, or a newcomer EL or has limited or interrupted formal education; and the year that the student was designated as an EL.
Program Monitoring and Evaluation. A. Contractor shall be monitored and evaluated in terms of its effectiveness and timely compliance with the provisions of this Agreement, HUD regulations, and conditions of the Grant Agreement between the County and HUD and the effective and efficient achievement of the Program Objectives as defined in Exhibit A.
Program Monitoring and Evaluation. Grantee shall track the achievement of program objectives and the process and outcome measures for this project as they are described in the scope of work in Exhibit A. Grantee shall cooperate with the Commission, the Staff and/or a Staff Designee hired to aid in the evaluation process. Grantee shall collect client level data for each funded year and shall participate in a countywide and statewide evaluation of the effectiveness of Proposition 10 efforts, whether it occurs during or after the term of this contract. As requested by the Executive Director, Staff and/or designee, the Grantee shall submit reports in the form of those included in the Grantee Handbook according to the following monitoring and evaluation dates:
Program Monitoring and Evaluation. [Program] supports the budget of MINAGRI and its implementation of the PSTA II. The Program is high-profile and its implementation and achievement of results is subject to robust monitoring and evaluation.
Program Monitoring and Evaluation. (c) The Borrower shall prepare, or cause to be prepared, and furnish to the Bank not later than six months after the Closing Date, a report of such scope and in such detail as the Bank shall reasonably request, on the execution of the Program, the performance by the Loan Parties and the Bank of their respective obligations under the Legal Agreements and the accomplishment of the purposes of the Loan. The following terms and definitions set forth in the Appendix are modified or deleted as follows, and the following new terms and definitions are added in alphabetical order to the Appendix as follows, with the terms being renumbered accordingly:
Program Monitoring and Evaluation. A. The County shall have ultimate responsibility for overall project monitoring and evaluation, to assist Contractor in complying with the scope and contents of this Agreement, and to provide management information which will assist the County's policy and decision-making and managers.
Program Monitoring and Evaluation. The Cultural Affairs Program Manager may monitor and conduct an evaluation of the Project funded by this Grant, which may include, without limitation, visits by City representatives to observe the Project, or Grantee's programs, procedures, and operations, or to discuss the Grantee's programs with Grantee's personnel. The Grantee agrees to utilize the standardized Audience Survey adopted by the City’s Cultural Arts Council to obtain specific feedback from program participants.
Program Monitoring and Evaluation. CITY and its subcontractors 24 shall be monitored and evaluated in terms of its effectiveness and timely compliance with the 25 provisions of this Supplemental Agreement and the effective and efficient achievement of the 26 CDBG National Objectives as set forth in Exhibit(s) A, B, C, and D., attached hereto. Quarterly 27 reports shall be due on the last day of the month immediately following the end of the quarter 28 1 being reported. The quarterly written reports shall include, but shall not be limited to, the following 2 data elements:
Program Monitoring and Evaluation. The County Manager may monitor and conduct an evaluation of the Grantee’s operations and the Project, which may include visits by County representatives to: observe the Project or Grantee’s programs, procedures, and operations; discuss the Grantee’s programs with the Grantee’s personnel; and/or evaluate the public impact of the Project. Upon request, the Grantee shall provide the County Manager with notice of all meetings of its Board of Directors or governing board, general activities and Project-related events. In the event the County Manager concludes, as a result of such monitoring and/or evaluation, that the Grantee is not in compliance with the terms of this Agreement or the Administrative Rules or for other reasons which significantly impact on the Grantee’s ability to fulfill the conditions of this Funding Cycle Allocation award, then the County Manager must provide in writing to the Grantee, within thirty (30) days of the date of said monitoring/evaluation, notice of the inadequacy or deficiencies noted which may significantly impact on the Grantee’s ability to complete the Project or fulfill the terms of this Agreement within a reasonable time frame. If Grantee refuses or is unable to address the areas of concern within thirty (30) days of receipt of such notice from the County Manager, then the County Manager, at his discretion, may take other actions which may include reduction or rescission of the Funding Cycle Allocation award, or withholding Funding Cycle Allocation funds until such time as the Grantee can demonstrate that such issues have been corrected. Further, in the event that the Grantee does not expend the Funding Cycle Allocation for the Project or uses any portion of the Funding Cycle Allocation for costs not associated with the Project and the Grantee refuses or is unable to address the areas of concern, then the County Manager may request the return of the full or partial Funding Cycle Allocation award. The County Manager may also institute a moratorium on applications from the Grantee to County grants programs for a period of up to one (1) year or until the deficient areas have been addressed to the satisfaction of the County Manager, whichever occurs first. If the Project involves construction work, the Grantee shall: notify the County Manager of any applicable federal labor compliance requirements regarding procurement and pre-award procedures prior to scheduling pre-construction conferences; submit to the County Manager all pl...