Measuring Success | Helping Kids Graduate by Integrating Data Systems
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Helping Kids Graduate by Integrating Data Systems

Linking together data silos so that Organizations with similar goals can talk to each other.

A leading national university sought to understand which interventions were most successful at helping at-risk youth graduate from high school. It had partnered with forty-five nonprofits and after-school programs from the surrounding neighborhood, but struggled to integrate the data from all of them.

We worked with our client to develop a data system that seamlessly integrated inputs from all organizations. The resulting platform presented the aggregate results in a visually easy-to-understand way.

Now, the university and community can compile a longitudinal data-store of information—that shows inputs and patterns over time—to figure out which interventions are working and which are not at the macro level.

Services Provided

Shared Data Platforms
Measurement and Evaluation


Unprecedented insight into drivers of student outcomes
Ability to improve the future of at-risk youth