Introduction to the Results Count™ Path to Equity

A Guide to the Accountability for Equitable Results Framework

This introduction and an accompanying video describe four skills that help leaders to achieve better and more equitable results. The skills are part of Results Count, the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s approach to leadership development. Learn more about becoming a more effective leader here.

June 26, 2019

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Eleventh Class of Children and Family Fellows Announced

The Casey Foundation has selected 15 leaders for the eleventh class of its Children and Family Fellowship. These women and men will use the 21-month Fellowship to work within their agencies, organizations and communities toward specific, measurable improvements for large numbers of young people and families.

March 1, 2019

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Plan-Do-Study-Act Charts a Course for Boosting Graduation Rates Among Youth on Probation

In California’s Santa Cruz County, juvenile justice leaders found that young people on probation were not earning high school credits or graduating at the same rates as their general population peers. To learn more about the issue and how to address it, probation officials turned to the Plan-Do-Study-Act method — a keystone of the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Results Count™ leadership development approach.

February 11, 2019

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