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Evidence in Action

Learn about the work of Project Evident and our partners to build and use evidence in innovative and equitable ways.

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Scaling the Impact of Food on Health: Cross-Sectoral Research Opportunities

Project Evident recently partnered with Factor Health on a white paper that explores opportunities to build the evidence base for nutrition incentive programs.
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A Leader in Equitable Access to Education Leverages AI for Impact

How Equal Opportunity Schools is approaching using AI to increase efficiency while preserving equity and impact.
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A Leader in Technology for Education Puts Artificial Intelligence into Practice

Learn about Digital Promise's work to design an AI-powered recommendation engine and how the organization has come to view AI as as an essential element of its equity strategy.
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Maximizing Insights from Existing Data for the Camden Promise Neighborhood Initiative

How the Camden Promise Neighborhood Initiative established a data-driven culture with and among partners.
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Improving Career Readiness Through Evidence Use in Baltimore City Public Schools

Strengthening career readiness programming in Baltimore City Public Schools to improve all students’ academic and career opportunities.
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A Multi-Year Evidence Building Partnership: The Duke Endowment Summer Literacy Initiative

Closing the gap on summer reading loss for underserved students in rural North Carolina using an evidence-based approach.
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An Actionable Data System Approach at City Connects

Leveraging data to provide supports to students in high-poverty urban schools facing out-of-school challenges.
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A Researcher-Practitioner Partnership: Vermont’s Universal Prekindergarten System

Informing state policy decisions through actionable research evidence based on a collaborative research process.
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How Youth Participate in Building Evidence at Pace Center for Girls

Adopting a Measurement-Evaluation-Learning (MEL) framework to support continuous quality improvements and produce equitable evidence.
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Early-Stage Evaluation of a Program: Toronto’s Community Healing Project

A participant-centered evaluation partnership focused on a peer-based approach to addressing the impact of exposure to violence on youth and their communities.
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