The Data and Knowledge Sharing Working Group leads the learning and evaluation efforts of Minus 9 to 5. Through a comprehensive learning and evaluation plan, each of the four areas below are examined.
With a commitment to continuous learning, it is important to look at more than just a set of final outcomes. Since collective impact is a problem-solving process, not a solution, understanding our community context along with gauging how the initiative is working, are essential to success.
Building a better system means making changes in the way we do things. These collective changes lead to our ultimate goal of better outcomes for children.