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NAPT needs your help to pilot test KPI data collection methodology

Dear Friends,

The National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) Board of Directors uses a strategic plan that guides the Board in determining the activities of the association.

Among the various strategic priorities, the Board's primary goal is to develop a methodology that enables NAPT to collect quantitative information about its members and the industry, information that will help the association develop specifically targeted programs, services and educational content for its members.

The NAPT KPI Project was launched in 2011 at the NAPT Summit in Cincinnati. Encouraged by enthusiastic feedback from the 50-plus people that volunteered on the spot to help, the Project's Steering Committee (comprised of John Fahey, Peter Lawrence, Michael Shields and Robert Streeter) focused the project on defining and collecting information that will enable NAPT to identify and share Best Practices.

The Steering Committee planned a series of informational and educational workshops about data collection, data analysis and the use of data to make intelligent decisions that took center stage at the 2012 NAPT Summit in Memphis. Again the feedback was enthusiastically positive; in fact, the number of volunteers swelled to nearly 150.

The Steering Committee (which has added Tim Calabrese, and NAPT Region 3 Director Steve Simmons in place of Robert Streeter, who retired, and John Fahey, who had to focus his time and attention on a big project for Tyler Technologies) would like to now pilot test our data collection methodology, with the intent of utilizing the data we collect to once again do workshops at the NAPT Summit in Grand Rapids next month. To do this, we need your help.

PLEASE complete the survey, which will only take about 10 minutes. To participate, please use this link:

With your support, we will continue to refine our methodology, especially on the front end. We plan to develop a user friendly interface that will enable you to easily and quickly identify issues. Ultimately, you'll possess the ability to chart your district's progress year over year, and to connect, if desired, with others NAPT members that share your interests and goals.

Again, we'd appreciate your participation in this survey. Your support and assistance will ensure we identify and share best practices that ensure the highest safety standards possible for the students we transport.

Alexandra Robinson, M. Ed, CDPT
NAPT President more

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