. What resources did the PAS program harness? What other resources could be harnessed?
2. What keys issues were discussed in the background section? How did the background section relate to the outcome measures?
3. What types of specific evidence did the researchers cite to establish the evidence-based approach to their interventions?
4. How did the researchers know if the programs they planned worked? Think in terms of:
• Process measures (did the intervention occur):
• Impact measures (did the intervention work):
• Outcomes measures (the overall/big goal):
5. If you were considering the PAS for your school, what limitations from the study by Griswold et al. (2012) would be important to consider?
6. Draw a picture of the process that the authors used to improve and enhancixce services for teen parents.
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