From 2010-2012, 3SI helped Thrive by Five and its grantees define, analyze, and report outputs and data related to program performance for two key programs within the Partnering with Families for Early Learning (PFEL) module. The PFEL module is a model home visiting program funded through a strategic partnership between Thrive by Five, the Washington State Department of Early Learning, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

3SI provided program analytics to Thrive by Five and its five grantees, including:

  • Modifying existing data and systems to better support PFEL curriculum, more consistent management of program data, and re-alignment of historical data so it could be viewed across all years of the program.
  • Developing an analytical framework for more effective program management and analysis of results. This included a synthesis of key outputs, outcomes, methods, and technologies to produce data dashboards. Data indicator examples include dosage; demographics; capacity utilization; and program “vital signs” of success.
  • Reporting key findings, best practices, system improvements, continued gaps, and recommended mitigations to close those gaps.

Art Credit: Amedeo Modigliani, “Gypsy Woman with Baby,” 1918.