Why and How Do Low-income Hispanic Families Search for Early Care and Education (ECE)?, from the National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families, sheds light on the ECE search process of Latino families and the factors that influence their decisions. These insights can inform approaches to increasing Hispanic awareness of and access to viable ECE options. (Description from source)
Three-Day Lesson Plan: The Dignity of Work and the Rights of Workers, from The Human Thread, are designed for use within K through 12 education, with additional materials for adult learners and moderators. The creation of these tools provides an on-going contribution to the formation of conscience in children and adults about our relationship with those who make our clothes.
Research/Evaluation Roles and Responsibilities: 5 Steps for Productive Partnerships and a Useful Template, from Monitoring & Evaluation Technical Assistance (META), helps organizations build effective partnerships to ensure successful research. The tip sheet covers steps for establishing partnerships with external academic institutions while the mapping template clarifies roles and responsibilities for all those involved in the research.
3 Steps for Developing Stronger Program Reports, a webinar from META, walks through three practical steps you can begin
taking right away to improve your data collection and management practices.
Watch the recording to learn ways to effectively communicate about your
results, including through data visualization, in your program reports. You
will also be able to explain why reporting should be considered one part of
monitoring and evaluation (M&E) for learning and action. (Description from