Elevate Washington shares tools and information that inform and support youth-service providers and expanded learning advocates.
7 steps to putting the equity audit into practice The equity audit framework in this document is based on concepts developed by Skrla and Colleagues (2010) that helps practitioners describe injustice, critique educational systems, and develop plans to transform the system.
Best Starts for Kids (BSK) is an initiative that aims to improve the health and well-being of all residents in ...Read More
This report from Public Profit describes a multi-year project intended to deliver high-quality science learning experiences to young people in ...Read More
We know that high-quality Out-of-School-Time programs provide a context that enables young people to learn and practice key social and ...Read More
This tip sheet from Public Profit suggests simple things that programs can do to build their evaluation practice and enhance ...Read More
This tip sheet from Public Profit offers a straightforward, three-step approach to making sense of the data you collect in ...Read More
This “coffee break webinar” from Public Profit provides guidance on using publicly available information about communities alongside program data to ...Read More
Youth programs collect a great deal of data on everything from program quality to participant demographics to youth outcomes. However ...Read More
Sustained participation in out-of-school-time programs benefits children and youth in myriad ways. However, it is critically important that these programs ...Read More
This report from the University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research builds on the Consortium’s earlier work on the ...Read More
There are a number of compelling evaluation studies of expanded learning programs. These four are particularly notable for their size, ...Read More
In September 2017, School’s Out Washington released the King County Out-of-School-Time Landscape Scan, which was prepared by BERK Consulting with ...Read More