We will ask you a series of questions about your program and your evaluation goals. This will lead you to a list of suggested scales and questions that you can choose from.
You can explore indicators by browsing categories or diving into the technical details.
Explore resources that will help you throughout the use of this tool, including some instructions on how this tool will fit into your evaluation, frequently asked questions, and a glossary of terms.
The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) contributed to the development of this tool by providing ongoing feedback, review and guidance to align with and support the advancement of the National Financial Literacy Strategy.
The Prosper Canada Centre for Financial Literacy is co-founded and supported by TD Bank Group. We would like to acknowledge the key contribution of our working group members in consulting on the methodology of choosing and presenting questions and scales on this tool.
Faculty Director of the Centre for Financial Security, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Financial Consumer Agency of Canada.
Senior Financial Education Research Analyst, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
Acting Manager, Evaluation Directorate, Strategic and Service Policy Branch, Employment and Social Development Canada.
Senior Evaluation Officer, Evaluation Directorate, Strategic and Service Policy Branch,Employment and Social Development Canada.
Evaluation Officer, Evaluation Directorate, Strategic and Service Policy Branch, Employment and Social Development Canada.
Assistant Professor, Carleton University.
Library Innovations Manager, Department of Parliamentary Services, Australian Government,and Lead Developer of Aristotle Metadata Registry.
Working group facilitator,LogicalOutcomes.