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#39. Answering Section 2 of the Impact Questions

Updated: Nov 6, 2018

Impact Question Outline Section 2


Last week's Carnegie Hack dove into how to complete Section 1 of the Impact Questions

Outline. This week, we're fleshing out Section 2.


The following is based on the advice provided in the official Carnegie Classification application framework for 1st time applicants.


Impact Questions Outline Section 2

  Findings

  1.      General findings from the instruments

  2.      Outcomes level key finding

  3.      Impacts level key finding


Across the Board Tips


The key findings you describe for any of the four constituencies should:



Constituent-Specific Tips



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