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It’s Time for Philanthropy to Get Involved Driving Equity in AI

This is a repost of an op-ed originally published with the Center for Effective Philanthropy. Click here to view the original article. In December 2020, Google fired Timnit Gebru, a leader o ...

Applying a Next Generation Evidence Approach to DARPA for Education

An op-ed by Kelly Fitzsimmons in The74 on how applying a Next Generation Evidence to DARPA for Ed can support sustainable innovation and equitable student outcomes.
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How Your Organization Can Harness AI for More Equitable Outcomes

Join us in April for a series of free offerings designed to help social and education sector organizations better understand how AI can support stronger and more equitable outcomes.

Harnessing AI for More Equitable Outcomes

How thoughtful AI applications can lead to stronger and more equitable student outcomes.

Next Generation Evidence Approaches in Philanthropy and Practice

Join us for an upcoming webinar on how funders and practitioners are building stronger and more equitable evidence practices in their work.

Equitable Recovery Wallet Webinars and Masterclasses

Master Class: Theory of Change The Equitable Recovery Wallet’s two-part master class series on Theories of Change (TOC) will provide hands-on experience for change agents who are intereste ...

Project Evident Launches Principles of Next Generation Evidence

A call to action for those who believe in the power of a stronger and more equitable evidence ecosystem to drive greater impact for communities.

Center for Behavioral Design and Social Justice to be Led by Anthony Barrows

We are pleased to welcome Anthony Barrows to the Project Evident team and to announce the launch of the Center for Behavioral Design and Social Justice! The Center is a cross-disciplinary or ...

Using Data for More Equitable Career and Technical Education Outcomes

A conversation about how Baltimore City Schools used data and evidence to ensure more equitable outcomes for their career and technical education program.

Moving Beyond the “Tier-anny of Evidence” to a More Equitable Approach

How tiered evidence frameworks can constrain innovation and result in inequitable funding decisions — and what we can do to make them more inclusive, equitable, and rigorous.