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Performance Reporting and Evaluation

Annual Performance Reporting allows programs to determine the overall effectiveness in meeting program goals and objectives, such as GPRA 1, GPRA 2, and Efficiency targets.

Program evaluation allows programs to: 1) provide data on GPRA 1,GPRA 2 and Efficiency targets; 2) determine at what level of quality program activities are being implemented; 3) identify strengths and weaknesses in program implementation and program effectiveness through tools such as exit interviews, surveys, observations, recruitment, counseling, or tutoring logs, and research analyses (finding correlations between practices and results). Program evaluation is both formative and summative, allowing for the use of annual performance results that may lead to recommendations for changes in programming.

Meeting Materials


Annual Director’s Meeting


July 31 – August 2, 2017 ● Washington, DC

2016 HEP Results (PowerPoint , 188KB)
2016 CAMP Results (PowerPoint, 179KB)
2017 ADM HEP Annual Performance Report (PowerPoint, 4.2MB)
2017 ADM CAMP Annual Performance Report (PowerPoint, 2.6MB)
Budgets – Little Tips That Matter (PowerPoint, 230 KB)
HEP and CAMP Policy: Review and Looking Forward (PowerPoint, 128KB)
Competition Demographics: Six Year Trends (PowerPoint, 440KB)
2017 Evidence of Promise Presentation (PowerPoint, 146KB)






Grant Management and Monitoring


Monitoring is an integral part of the Department of Education’s grant administration and oversight. The end goal of the Department’s monitoring is to promote the efficient and effective achievement of the program objectives. These objectives are in support the Department’s mission to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access. OME conducts monitoring to:

  • Examine the objectives and results achieved by a HEP or CAMP project, particularly progress against GPRA indicators
  • Review implementation of a HEP or CAMP project with a focus on project quality and areas of improvements
  • Determine project compliance with applicable statutes/regulations; and
  • Examine the resolution of prior findings from monitoring reviews and audits.




Please visit the resource section periodically for new materials and information on Grant Management and Monitoring.

High School Equivalency Program

Types of Projects

The purposes of HEP are to help migrant and seasonal farmworkers and members of their immediate family:

  • obtain a general education diploma that meets the guidelines for high school equivalency (HSE) established by the State in which the HEP project is conducted; and
  • gain upgraded employment, be placed in an institution of higher education (IHE) or other postsecondary education or training, or enter the military.

Technical Assistance Resources