Join us in March 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.
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.
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.
Project Evident Releases New Actionable Evidence Framework
A practical framework for research, evaluation, and technical assistance in the education and social sectors.
One Year Later: Catching Up With Our Spring 2020 Talent Accelerator Cohort
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…
Talent Accelerator: A Data and Evidence Journey
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. We asked past participants to share what they learned from the Talent Accelerator and how it has impacted the evidence practices of their organizations.
Project Evident Launches the Next Generation of Evidence Campaign
Since our founding, Project Evident has advocated for a new approach to building and using evidence in the social sector. Today, our dissatisfaction with the status quo is deeper than ever, as is our commitment to addressing racism and inequality of opportunity. And we believe that a stronger, more equitable data and evidence ecosystem –…
We Need to End Structural Racism and Inequities. How can Data and Evidence Help?
“I’m gonna be something, I’m gonna make a difference, I’m gonna change the world.” These were the aspirations of a teen George Floyd, whose killing at the hands of police has renewed protests to draw attention to police brutality against Black people. While his death is symbolic of systemic racism in policing, Floyd’s life and…