The employment social enterprise (ESE) model can provide an opportunity to create a financially viable business that helps individuals with employment barriers become integrated into the labor force.
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Doing Good While Doing Business Using Financial Viability to Enhance Employability for the DisadvantagedJan 25, 2019
Progress and Challenges in Developing Tiered Quality Rating and Improvement Systems in the Round 1 Race to the Top—Early Learning Challenge States (In Focus Brief)Nov 28, 2017
This brief describes states’ progress in developing and implementing systems that rate early childhood education programs on quality and help them improve.
Progress and Challenges in Developing Tiered Quality Rating and Improvement Systems (TQRIS) in the Round 1 Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge (RTT-ELC) StatesNov 28, 2017
This report describes states’ progress in developing and implementing systems that rate early childhood education programs on quality and help them improve. It focuses on the nine states that received the Round 1 Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge grants.
The Content, Predictive Power, and Potential Bias in Five Widely Used Teacher Observation InstrumentsNov 01, 2016
This study seeks to inform decisions about the selection and use of teacher observation instruments using data from the Measures of Effective Teaching project.
Family Engagement Impact Project (FEIP): Phase II Evaluation ReportOct 17, 2016
This report describes grantees’ experiences and short-term outcomes during the implementation phase of the Family Engagement Impact Project (FEIP). It also presents recommendations for others interested in leveraging public-private partnerships in support of family engagement.
Social Enterprises: Doing Good While Doing BusinessFeb 10, 2016
Employment social enterprises incorporate a business mission of financial viability into a transitional jobs model structured to help individuals with employment barriers gain unsupported employment.
Making Effective Use of Postsecondary Data in K-12 Education SettingsSep 30, 2015
Services such as the National Student Clearinghouse StudentTracker for High Schools provide states, districts, and schools with the capability to examine college enrollment, persistence, and completion data on students they previously served in K–12 settings. This issue brief (1) summarizes the uses...
Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge (RTT-ELC): Descriptive Study of Tiered Quality Rating and Improvement Systems (TQRIS)Jan 30, 2015
This master data collection protocol describes the data that Mathematica collected for the Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge Study of Tiered Quality Rating and Improvement Systems. This study was conducted for the Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences.