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Generation All seeks Statements of Qualifications from Researchers and Research Organizations

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We at Generation All seek Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from individuals and organizations with expertise in data collection and analysis related to the field of education. The anticipated length of this work is six months, pending approval by the Generation All review committee.

Generation All would like to gather information on the landscape of activities and resources available to young people in the city that could potentially be used to build a map containing that information. The map would help identify gaps in resources across the city and assist in developing supports where none currently exist.

Additionally, Generation All would like to pursue an ethnographic case study of four to five neighborhoods that would serve to examine the following question: What has been the impact of initiatives to promote school choice (magnet, charter, selective enrollment, turnaround, contract, alternative schools, and more) on neighborhood high schools and their surrounding communities?

The SOQ must be submitted electronically to  amclaren@cct.org by October 2, 2015.

For more information, please download the RFQ. If you have questions, please direct them to Abbey McLaren. She can be reached at (312) 565-4174 and amclaren@cct.org.

Photo credit: “Contextual Research for Orange (3)” copyright (c) 2012 Ant Mace and made available under a Attribution-Noncommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 license 

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