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Evaluation of Get Ready Guilford Initiative

The purpose of this project is to design and implement a developmental evaluation for an expected 10-year early childhood collective impact project, the Get Ready Guilford Initiative (GRGI). Activities will include gathering information on the organizations, relationships, practices, roles, and competencies involved in the systems work. In addition, we will coordinate and aggregate the evaluative activities and results to ensure that data and findings are synthesized and packaged to support learning and continuous improvement. During the first three years, we will work closely with the funders and implementing partners as they finalize theories of change and develop detailed plans for the initiative to map components of the network, develop practice profiles, and conduct competency assessments.

Award(s)

Funding Agency:  

The Duke Endowment

Funding Period:  

10/01/2018 to 09/30/2021

Award Amount:  

$1,956,933

Staff

Allison J. Metz, Principal Investigator
Kirsten L. Kainz, Co-Principal Investigator
Noreen M. Yazejian, Co-Principal Investigator
Amanda B. Farley, Implementation Associate
Lama K. Haidar, Research Assistant
Jeannette Laboy, Project Manager
Audrey C. Loper, Implementation Specialist
Jenille Adams Morgan, Social Research Specialist
Wendy M. Morgan, Learning and Development Senior Strategist
Diane R. Webster, Social Research Specialist

Publications and Other Resources