While significant attention and resources have been invested into launching and growing the PFS field from the public, private, and philanthropic sectors, there has yet to be the level of uptake needed to productively and critically advance the field.
In this brief, we discuss how public policymakers can help create the conditions that enable social sector practitioners to build and promote evidence of what works for communities in need and what Project Evident is doing to help.
Rethinking Early Childhood Policy
In this brief, we explore some of the barriers that have led to this problem in the nonprofit sector, and what Project Evident is doing to help.
A practitioner’s perspective on Strategic Evidence Planning, by Brad Dudding of the Center for Employment Opportunities
Early lessons from Strategic Evidence Planning to strengthen continuous Improvement and evidence building in the social sector
This week: be flexible, program assessments, evidence-based policy
This week: code switching, algorithmic bias, avoidable harms
This week: rigor vs. relevance, culture building, supporting continuous improvement.
This week: state of the sector, ESSA evidence hurdles, qualitative data analysis