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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

Introduction To Theory of Change December 8, 20223:00pm – 4:00pm EST A theory of change (TOC) connects your organizational mission to your operational strategies, helping programs gene ...

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.

Unlocking Real-Time Evidence for Practitioners

How First Place for Youth and BCT Partners used data science and machine learning to provide program staff with actionable evidence they could use on demand.

Evidence in Action: Chess in the Schools

A Q&A with Chess in the Schools’ President and CEO Debbie Eastburn about the organization’s efforts to better measure outcomes and impact.

Project Evident Releases New Actionable Evidence Framework

A practical framework for research, evaluation, and technical assistance in the education and social sectors.

Promising Procurement Practices to Maximize Learning Recovery

A guide for State Education Agencies (SEAs), Local Education Agencies (LEAs), and other stakeholders on effectively engaging with vendors to support school reopening and learning recovery.
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