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.
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 organization working toward equitable outcomes through program and policy design. It combines the tools of social science with the expertise derived from lived experience…
A conversation about how Baltimore City Schools used data and evidence to ensure more equitable outcomes for their career and technical education program.
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.
A Q&A with Chess in the Schools’ President and CEO Debbie Eastburn about the organization’s efforts to better measure outcomes and impact.
A practical framework for research, evaluation, and technical assistance in the education and social sectors.
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.
The gift will allow Project Evident to catalyze the next stage of our growth and to strengthen our impact.
A Q&A with Urban Alliance’s CEO Elizabeth Lindsey about the role of evidence in the organization’s efforts to build a diverse next generation workforce.
Project Evident’s Talent Accelerator program uses an equity frame to help a diverse cohort of practitioners strengthen their data, decision-making, and evidence-building skills to improve outcomes. Over the course of 20 weeks, participants build the capacity to generate and use data and evidence for program improvement through a virtual cohort model that includes a mix…