If you are using evidence-based interventions, such as a parenting education program, it is important first to implement “with fidelity,” that is, exactly as designed. As you and your partners review the results, you can focus your efforts on those program components that are helping you reach your goals, and refine or phase out those that are not working. On the positive side, whenever you can point to concrete results, your partnership is in a good position to advocate for the continuation of your programs: Are fewer children being expelled from preschool? Do parents report they are more confident in their parenting skills? Do pediatricians see gains in social-emotional development or an increase in appropriate referrals to early intervention? Your partnership should be able to answer these questions if you have followed your plan.