Colorado Lab Essential Elements: Sustain Change
Throughout this past year, in recognition of the Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab’s 5th anniversary, we have lifted up elements of our work essential to achieving our mission—using data to inform solutions to critical social problems. There is a strong likelihood that solutions will be sustainable over time and may well grow in scale.
Early Childhood Evaluation Hub: CCCAP and Spotlight on External Research Partner, Dr. Andrew Brodsky
We’re highlighting great partners evaluating activities to strengthen Colorado’s early childhood sector with stimulus funding provided through the Colorado Department of Early Childhood. This month, we feature Dr. Andrew Brodsky, whose team is evaluating the Colorado Child Care Assistance for Families and Providers program.
Child Abuse Prevention Investment Strategy
To reduce child maltreatment, numerous community- and system-level programs, policies, and practices have been put in place in Colorado. An important next step is identifying how best to coordinate, align, and maximize resources for these investments.
Scrivner Policy Roundtable Presentation: Bridging the Research to Policy Divide
We were happy to present to local public policy and research leaders at last month’s Scrivner Policy Roundtable. The event series is hosted by the Scrivner Institute of Public Policy at the University of Denver to foster collaboration and learning among Metro Denver policy organizations.