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Welcome to SRAE PAS

Sexual Risk Avoidance Education (SRAE) programs seek to prevent negative outcomes that could have lasting effects on a young person’s health, future career prospects, and economic stability.

The Performance Analysis Study (PAS) collects program data from SRAE grantees on performance measures. These measures allow for an assessment of whether grant objectives are being met. This site provides a platform for SRAE grantees to access tools and training resources related to the study.

Technical Assistance Event Schedule

Target AudienceEventTimelineContent
This webinar is for New (funded fall 2023) grantees and their partnersWebinar: Introduction to SRAE Performance Measures (including an overview of the measures and guidance for grantees on preparing to collect them)Thursday, November 2, 2023, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. ETThe webinar provides an overview of the SRAE performance measures reporting requirements. This webinar also provides detailed information about the SRAE participant entry and exit survey performance measures and discuss grantee requirements related to these performance measures, including:
  • Sharing the surveys with subrecipients to identify any items that do not align with local implementation site policies or practices

  • Seeking a letter of determination from an Institutional Review Board (IRB) to determine whether the performance measures must be reviewed

  • Guidance on IRB engagement and approvals (if needed)

  • Adhering to required data privacy and security protocols
This webinar is for all grantees funded before fall 2023Webinar: Listening SessionThursday, November 9, 2023, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. ETSRAE grantees and their partners are invited to provide feedback regarding any suggestions for improving training and technical assistance materials and resources.

Performance Measures Data Submission Summary

MeasuresFrequency of SubmissionPeriod CoveredNext Submission Window
Attendance, reach, and dosageBiannuallySix months (current period: July 1—December 31, 2023)January/February 2024
Participant characteristics, perceptions of program effects, and program experiences (based on entry and exit surveys)BiannuallySix months (current period: July 1—December 31, 2023)January/February 2024
Structure, cost, and support for program implementationAnnuallyFederal grant year (current period: October 1, 2023—September 30, 2024)July/August 2024

This table presents the most current information, regardless of what other documents on the website may say.

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