Register: Webinar Explores Evaluation Insights Into Programs Serving Parents and Children Together

Posted December 13, 2020
By the Annie E. Casey Foundation
Register for webinar on two-generation approaches

What are com­mon lessons researchers have learned from eval­u­at­ing two-gen­er­a­tion pro­grams across the coun­try? On Jan.13, 2021, the Annie E. Casey Foun­da­tion will hold a webi­nar and pan­el dis­cus­sion to explore the insights gained from eval­u­a­tions of inte­grat­ed approach­es for par­ents and chil­dren, fea­tur­ing eval­u­a­tors and prac­ti­tion­ers from two recent evaluations.

Dur­ing the hour­long webi­nar, Eval­u­at­ing Two-Gen­er­a­tion Approach­es: Inte­grat­ing Part­ner­ships and Embed­ding Equi­ty, eval­u­a­tors from the Urban Insti­tute and Math­e­mat­i­ca will join prac­ti­tion­ers from the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Fam­i­ly-Cen­tered Com­mu­ni­ty Change effort and Agape Child & Fam­i­ly Ser­vices in Mem­phis, Ten­nessee, to dis­cuss eval­u­a­tion find­ings about the impor­tance of inte­grat­ing fam­i­ly data, part­ner­ships and race equi­ty in two-gen­er­a­tion approach­es. They will dis­cuss impli­ca­tions for fun­ders, researchers and two-gen­er­a­tion programs.

Reg­is­ter today

What: Eval­u­at­ing Two-Gen­er­a­tion Approach­es: Inte­grat­ing Part­ner­ships and Embed­ding Equity

When: 2 p.m., ET, Wednes­day, Jan. 132021

Pan­elists include:

  • Kan­tahya­nee Mur­ray, Senior Asso­ciate, The Annie E. Casey Foun­da­tion (co-mod­er­a­tor)
  • Alli­son Holmes, Senior Asso­ciate, The Annie E. Casey Foun­da­tion (co-mod­er­a­tor)
  • Kim­ber­lin But­ler, Direc­tor of Foun­da­tion Engage­ment, Mathematica
  • Tosin Shen­ban­jo, Human Ser­vices Research Ana­lyst, Mathematica
  • Pauli­ta Edmond­son, Fam­i­ly Con­nec­tor Super­vi­sor, Agape Child & Fam­i­ly Services
  • Susan J. Pop­kin, Insti­tute Fel­low, Met­ro­pol­i­tan Hous­ing and Com­mu­ni­ties Pol­i­cy Cen­ter, The Urban Institute
  • Mar­la McDaniel, Senior Fel­low, Cen­ter on Labor, Human Ser­vices, and Pop­u­la­tion, The Urban Institute
  • Tan­ja Jones, Next Doors Com­mu­ni­ty Sup­port Coor­di­na­tor, Com­mu­ni­ty Prop­er­ties of Ohio

Learn about the Casey Foundation’s Fam­i­ly Eco­nom­ic Suc­cess-Ear­ly Child­hood Edu­ca­tion effort

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