The K-12 Student Success: Out-of-School Time initiative is a multimillion dollar, multi-year initiative run by the Oregon Community Foundation. The initiative is focused on
… bolstering student attendance and academic success among Oregon’s middle school students of color, rural and low-income students. It provides funding to community-based programs that offer best practice after-school and summer academic support, positive adult role models and parent engagement programming.
Working closely with OCF staff, we advised on data collection protocols, instrument translation, data collection and analysis of site visit meetings, class observations and staff interviews for grantee organizations that were culturally and linguistically specific.