We currently provide comprehensive technical assistance, resource development, grant monitoring and evaluation, and grantee support across several large federal contracts.
As a small business, we have the advantage of integrating an in-house approach to multiple tasks. We are independently capable of directing and monitoring complex projects, but are also able to benefit from our relationships with larger firms to leverage additional content expertise.
View our recent projects below and be sure to visit our Good Outcomes newsroom for updates!
National Charter School Resource Center
Within the NCSRC, we provide targeted technical assistance to four groups of charter school program grantees. Beyond those grantees, we support the charter school sector nationally by producing high-quality white papers, reports, webinars, and case studies across 21 tasks, consistently on time and on budget benefiting school operators, authorizers, State Education Agencies (SEAs), and support organizations.
Office of Career, Technical & Adult Education
For the Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE), we summarized adult education research to create a framework for a 4-year research plan. We convened subject matter experts and federal agency partners to support the development of research questions and methodological approaches. We also identified potential opportunities for collaboration and coordination across Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) partner programs.
Investing in Innovation (i3) Conference
For the past three years, we’ve managed the annual Investing in Innovation (i3) conference, which includes the coordination of more than 1,500 attendees and planning of over 90 breakout sessions, content development and facilitation for several and facilitation of sessions for each conference, creating a dedicated smartphone app, conference document production, and arranging travel and lodging accommodations for attendants.
Center for Educator Effectiveness
We provided content expertise in conducting needs assessment and providing webinars for existing and future Teacher Incentive Fund (TIF) grantees. The U.S. Department of Education’s (ED) TIF program focuses on reforming state and district human capital management, educator evaluation, and compensation systems to improve student achievement. The TIF program is intended to ensure that the most effective teachers and principals are serving where they are needed most, and, ultimately, to improve teaching and learning in the classroom.