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Doing Evaluation in Service of Racial Equity

Doing Evaluation in Service of Racial Equity

W.K. Kellogg Foundation | 2021

These three guides are easy-to-use resources that help evaluators integrate racial equity principles into their daily work. Each guide includes meaningful definitions, innovative models, real-life case studies, and reflective learning exercises.

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Guide 1:https://impactstorycoaching.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Doing_Eval_in_Service_of_Racial_Equity__Guide_1_Debunk_Myths.pdf

Guide 2: https://impactstorycoaching.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Doing-Eval-in-Service-of-Racial-Equity-_Guide-2_Bias-and-Systems.pdf

Guide 3: https://impactstorycoaching.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Doing_Eval_in_Service_of_Racial_Equity_Guide_3_Community_Engagement.pdf

Parent Source: https://everychildthrives.com

Data Playbook

For purpose-driven organizations, data means more than just numbers and graphs–it is about understanding what more you can do to change lives and strengthen communities. The Data Playbook, from Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Philanthropies, provides the building blocks you need to put data to work for your mission through a measured approach to understanding and telling stories of impact.

Actionable Measurement Guide

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Guide to Actionable Measurement is driven by three basic principles: 1) Measurement should be designed with a purpose in mind — to inform decisions and/or actions; 2) Do not measure everything but strive to measure what matters most; 3) Because the foundation’s work is organized by strategies, the data we gather help us learn and adapt our initiatives and approaches. This guide includes a results matrix, definitions of terms in our results hierarchy, and a set of measurement guidelines intended to shape internal decisions about depth, breadth, and rigor of measurement across grants and within strategies. The guide also highlights the good practices they aspire to follow to be good stewards and not increase the reporting burden faced by our grantees or distract from their work.

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