Data for 2015 - 2016 school year
10,867 - Total number of students served
23 - Number of schools served
432 - Total number of workshops presented
Teacher Evaluation Data
Evaluations are collected from teachers after each workshop to help us measure the effectiveness of our program and curriculum.
93% - I received prior communication about purpose and content of the curriculum.
97% - The curriculum matched the cognitive and developmental ability of children in my class.
94% - The curriculum had enough participatory activities to keep students involved.
99% - The session length was adequate to cover the PRW curriculum goals.
94% - I would recommend this session to a colleague
Curriculum met objectives (goal - 80%)
92% - Kindergarten
86% - Grade 1
93% - Grade 2
76% - Grade 3
85% - Grade 4
90% - Grade 5
70% - Grade 6
90% - Grade 7
80% - Grade 8
Student Assessment Data
Students from selected classrooms at 3 or 4 grade levels each year are directly assessed to measure knowledge, empathy, and critical thinking in relation to the workshop topic. Research demonstrates that these 3 elements are key to achieving intermediate goals of improved intergroup relations and long-term reduction in prejudice. Multiple choice questions measure knowledge and 2 essays assess empathy and critical thinking. Goal = 80%
Grade 4 Knowledge Questions: 81% correct
Grade 4 Essays: 93% scored positive for empathy and critical thinking
Grade 6 Knowledge Questions: 84% correct
Grade 6 Essays: 74% scored positive for empathy and critical thinking
Grade 7 Knowledge Questions: 86% correct
Grade 7 Essays: 87% scored positive for empathy and critical thinking
Grade 8 Knowledge Questions: 88% correct
Grade 8 Essays: 75% scored positive for empathy and critical thinking
Qualitative analysis of the essays also provides some good evidence that we are meeting intermediate outcomes.