Understand how to best measure our progress
Child Trends will support PCI’s efforts to build the capacity of 29 communities and 10 states for their PN-3 initiatives. This project will accelerate the efforts of states and communities to improve outcomes for infants and toddlers by providing them with what they need to measure the progress and impact of their work—research, tool kits, and best practices for analyzing data.Next
University of Oregon
The Center for Translational Neuroscience will create an online repository that will inform practitioners, policymakers, and the public about the measures that are critical for child development. The repository will also identify and fill gaps in the field by facilitating the crowdsourcing of the development of new measurements that have proven successful at the community level.