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Deep Mentoring Training Guide

Replication of the Quantum Opportunities Model

Nurturing Social-Emotional Learning in Out-of-School-Time

Lessons Learned from the Silicon Valley Out-of-School-Time Collaborative

Professional Learning Communities

In the Expanded Learning Field

Assessment and Planning Tool for STEM

Accelerating Program Practice

Dabbling in the Data

Hands on Data Analysis for Teams

Our Public Profit evaluator took the time to ask lots of questions about what we needed; how the project was set up; the roles of the various staff; and how the three agencies [involved in the evaluation study] worked together. Our evaluator really examined our organizational culture so she could best understand how to proceed with the evaluation activities. She checked in often for understanding and agreement; and re-visited those things that needed to be ‘tweaked.’ She not only welcomed our feedback, but actively and sincerely encouraged it.
—Special Needs Inclusion Project
The National Afterschool Association (NAA)  recognized Public Profit as one of the "Most Influential in Research and Evaluation". Each year NAA honours individuals and organizations whose ...