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New from Equal Measure
Creating Space for Open, Honest Conversations About Race, Equity, and Power
In a new Impact Blog, Meg Long weaves together takeaways from last year’s “Art and Science of Place-Based Evaluation” convening with examples from our recent work—to shed light on how national evaluators can create space for open, honest conversations about race, equity, and power.
From the Field
Jobs Programs Need Data, Not Just Dollars
In this new National League of Cities piece, Andrew Moore (Senior Fellow in NLC’s Institute for Youth, Education & Families) and Chris Kingsley (Associate Director of Local Policy and Advocacy in the Data Quality Campaign) illustrate how data can directly impact the future of youth employment programs.
- In a new Issue Brief, we share lessons from @HelmsleyTrust #STEM Active Learning Networks https://t.co/F8QXRLNv82 https://t.co/TOFcgN5EOI
- Great blog: Responding to the Urgency of Now & Building the Momentum for Boys & Men of Color @chekemma @PYNinc #OYIF https://t.co/Kw8uF0A6Oa
- "Beyond the Curriculum: Supporting High-Need Populations to Completion"—@mikejff https://t.co/hUNSto5aQe @jfftweets https://t.co/EA7Zbdcium
- “Interventions That Can Close the College-Attainment Gap”—@InsideTrack's Pete Wheelan https://t.co/zo7HFfOr8f https://t.co/S6I8cvgRQV