Turning the curve on 16 to 18 Year Olds Not in Education, Employment or Training(NEET) in Newcastle, UK: Sara Morgan-Evans, Local Connections Manager in Newcastle, UK describes her team's multi-year success using Outcome Based Accountability, working with other partners, to produce a significant reduction in this important measure of youth disengagement.
Turning the curve on Positive Youth Shelter Discharges from the Spectrum Youth and Family Services Homeless Shelter in Burlington, Vermont: Trine Bech, authored this paper summarizing the exceptional work of the shelter staff and residents using Results-Based Accountability methods to turn a declining trend in rate of positive exits for young people from the shelter. A key to their success was involvement of the youth themselves.
Turning Curves, Achieving Results : Five Annie E. Casey Foundation Fellows (Craig Levine, Molly McGrath, Brenda Donald, Dennis Campa and Yolie Flores Aguilar) describe their successes using Results-Based Accountability to measurably improve the well-being of children and families in Essex County, NJ, Chicago, IL, Washington, DC, San Antonio TX, and Los Angeles County, CA. Don't miss the inspiring introduction by Molly McGrath.
Baltimore Leadership in Action program turns the curve on children ready for school in Baltimore City
Contra Costa County
Los Angeles County
to Results, Building a Prototype for Results-Based Accountability in Maryland:
Excerpt from Maryland 2001 Kids Count Factbook, by Phil Lee, University of Maryland School of Public Affairs
San Mateo County
Santa Cruz County
Missouri and Vermont
Building Senior Leadership Support
for Results-Based Accountability
A Dialogue Between Gary Stangler and Cornelius Hogan
See also the examples and stories in Trying Hard is Not Good Enough