This webinar focused on how outcome management systems support city and district efforts to build a system of comprehensive services to ensure all students are on track to graduate. Presentations included findings from Volume II of the recent Wallace Foundation commissioned report Hours of Opportunity: The Power of Data to Improve After-School Systems Citywide and descriptions from both Boston, MA, and Jefferson County, KY, two communities that have built an information management system to support the development and sustainability of a comprehensive learning system for all students. These systems successfully align the resources of both the school district and community providers to support high quality educational opportunities both during school hours and beyond.
Daphne Griffin, Chief of Human Services/Executive Director of Boston Centers for Youth & Families.
Mary Kate Poling, Senior Vice President of Community Impact, Metro United Way (Jefferson County, KY)
Jennifer Sloan McCombs, Senior Policy Researcher, RAND Corporation
Ben Aiken, Program Associate, American Youth Policy Forum
Policy Briefs: Boston and Louisville OST at a Glance
This webinar was made possible through a partnership with nFocus Software and support from the W.T. Grant Foundation
Powerpoint Presentation: Using Data to Align Resources to Create a Comprehensive Learning System»
(Note, this presentation addressed Volume II: The Power of Data)