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File #: 14-1074    Version: 1 Name: Professional Services Contract - Data in Action, LLC - Behavioral Health Initiatives - Family, School, and Community Partnerships Department
Type: Agreement or Contract Status: Passed
File created: 5/19/2014 In control: Finance and Human Resources Committee
On agenda: 6/25/2014 Final action: 6/25/2014
Enactment date: 6/25/2014 Enactment #: 14-1150
Title: Ratification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Data In Action, LLC, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide services for a comprehensive evaluation of the Whole School Restorative Justice (RJ) and Peer RJ programs including designing the evaluation plan, developing and administering data collection tools such as focus groups with key stakeholders, in-depth semi-structured interviews with youth, coordinators etc,, and implementation survey by school; conduct analysis and provide detailed evaluation report with recommendations for improvement and expansion of program; develop at least 2 peer-reviewed manuscripts for publication to ensure lessons learned and evidence gained from RJ program in District is shared towards developing best practices model and with other practitioners and policy makers nationally; and assist in development of one research grant to continue to support and fund RJ evaluation work and development, via Behavioral ...
Attachments: 1. 14-1074 Professional Services Contract - Data in Action, LLC - Behavioral Health Initiatives - Family, School, and Community Partnerships Department
Contact: Barbara.McClung@ousd.k12.ca.us
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Ratification by the Board of Education of a Professional Services Contract between the District and Data In Action, LLC, Oakland, CA, for the latter to provide services for a comprehensive evaluation of the Whole School Restorative Justice (RJ) and Peer RJ programs including designing the evaluation plan, developing and administering data collection tools such as focus groups with key stakeholders, in-depth semi-structured interviews with youth, coordinators etc,, and implementation survey by school; conduct analysis and provide detailed evaluation report with recommendations for improvement and expansion of program; develop at least 2 peer-reviewed manuscripts for publication to ensure lessons learned and evidence gained from RJ program in District is shared towards developing best practices model and with other practitioners and policy makers nationally; and assist in development of one research grant to continue to support and fund RJ evaluation work and development, via Behavioral Health Initiatives, Family, School, Community Partnerships Department, for the period of March 1, 2014 through June 30, 2014, in an amount not to exceed $80,000.00.