Development of Youth-Adult Partnerships Rubric

Principal Investigator:
Heng-Chieh (Jamie) Wu

Co-principal Investigator, 21st CCLC State Evaluation
Principal Investigator, Development of Youth-adult Partnership Rubric
Academic Specialist, Community Evaluation and Research Collaborative

The study aims to develop and test a youth-adult partnership observation rubric in order to enhance program evaluation research against youth-adult partnership quality standards and provide an effective tool for professional development through self-assessment. Based on partnership with The Neutral Zone — Ann Arbor's Teen Center, qualitative data through youth-adult meeting observations and focus groups, as well as youth survey data on engagement and empowerment experiences will be collected. The study period is from January to December 2014.

See Youth-Adult Partnerships Rubric information and resources

Please contact Heng-Chieh (Jamie) Wu for more information

Funder: National Institute on Out-of-School Time; Edmund A. Stanley Jr. Research Grant Award
Community Partners: The Neutral Zone — Ann Arbor's Teen Center