New Tool Helps Leaders Reduce Racial and Ethnic Disparities

Leaders committed to helping all children succeed must understand the roles that race, class and culture play in shaping outcomes and opportunities for vulnerable children nationwide. Enter the Results Equity Crosswalk, a new tool from the Annie E. Casey Foundation that enables leaders to bring attention to and act on racial and ethnic disparities.

January 7, 2018

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Casey Fellow in Focus: Finding New Ways to Help Youth in Trouble

Felipe Franco is one of 16 visionary leaders who recently graduated from the Casey Foundation’s Children and Family Fellowship. His story demonstrates what Fellows can accomplish when they apply the tools and competencies of Results Count — the Foundation’s results-based leadership approach — to achieve measurable results in child well-being.

October 30, 2017

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Casey Fellow in Focus: Helping Kids Meet Early Milestones in Michigan

Kristen McDonald is one of 16 visionary leaders who recently graduated from the Casey Foundation’s Children and Family Fellowship. Her story demonstrates what Fellows can accomplish when they apply the tools and competencies of Results Count — the Foundation’s results-based leadership approach — to achieve measurable results in child well-being.

October 30, 2017

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Program Builds Results-Based Approach into Human-Services Work and Coursework

Randy Nelson was frustrated. As director of the criminal justice administration graduate program at Florida’s Bethune-Cookman University, he was short on tools to guide students who were learning about reducing racial disparities in the juvenile justice system. But he found just what he wanted — and just what his students needed — with Results-Based Accountability™ (RBA).

October 21, 2017

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Reducing Homelessness in Seattle

Two public sector leaders in the Seattle are working to make homelessness rare and brief by applying leadership skills and tools they gleaned from the Foundation’s Children and Family Fellowship®.

August 6, 2017

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