This fact sheet provides information on the value of connecting neighborhood and regional partnerships. It shows how this is a mutually benefiical relationship that allows for testing policy/systems, engaging communities more effectively, spreading innovation, removing policy barriers and accessing...
Community of Practice: Turning the Curve on Early Childhood Indicators and Early Lessons Learned about Implementation
This presentation focuses on using data and results-based framework to impact early childhoor indicators in PNs. It addresses the 10 PN results and how to work on these areas through the Results-Based Accountability structure.
This fact sheet provides criteria and guidelines for building effective data systems. The authors assert that comprehensive data systems are essential for efficacious PNs to collect and organize data and inform decisionmaking.
This fact sheet provides tips and resources for PNs to effectively approach data . It contains best practices on data collection, sharing, and use of information to document community needs, design solutions, and monitoring progress.
In this presentaton the Director of Research and Evaluation from the Los Angeles PN highlights LAPN's data infrastructure with a focus on program alignment, staffing, and data systems.
" This specification document details the format of Promise Neighborhood data to be collected for a data file to eventually be made available to researchers via restricted use license from the Department of Education (the Restricted Use Data File). The data include characteristics of persons and...
Measuring Performance: A Guidance Document for Promise Neighborhoods on Collecting Data and Reporting Results
This guidance document recommends data collection strategies and data system structures to ensure Promise Neighborhoods can manage and produce measurable results. It provides examples of how to collect and measure data connected to each of the 15 Promise Neighborhood GPRA indicators.
This report provides information on performance measurement with a focus on reviewing case manadement data. It draws on an examples of the Harlem Children's Zone and the Northside Achievement Zone to show how case management data can be used.