Do you want to use data to work smarter, not harder? 

How can data reveal inequities and help us find stronger solutions? 

What are data-driven strategies that get results?

Join Every Hour Counts on May 4 to strategize with peers about how to collect, analyze, and use data to advance racial equity and drive continuous improvement in your community. Jumpstart progress as you:

  • Engage in carefully curated sessions that highlight effective strategies and offer solutions to common data challenges;
  • Build your capacity to capture, interpret, and share youth, program, and community outcomes;
  • Prioritize racial equity across your measurement tools, strategies, and systems; and
  • Connect with creative minds and experts across the country.

This free Virtual Symposium will feature a variety of 75-minute sessions that tap into the expertise of community leaders who are committed to demonstrating the value and impact of afterschool and summer experiences for youth, families and communities. Learn how to invest stakeholders in a common vision and set of measures, identify and address gaps in service, improve quality, boost provider capacity, center equity, and use data to advance your mission.
Featured Resources:

The framework is an at-a-glance reference designed to help afterschool system leaders think through their data needs, plan for data collection and use, and carry out those plans. The accompanying Guidebook provides nuts-and-bolts information about each outcome, case examples, worksheets, tips and advice, and a wealth of additional resources.

A companion resource is also available: Ten-Step Guide for Expanded Learning Intermediaries for effective data selection, collection and management, authored by the RAND Corporation.