Description: The National Juvenile Justice Evaluation Center (NJJEC) is designed to assist state, local, and tribal entities with the evaluation of juvenile justice programs and implementation of evidence-based initiatives. We provide a number of resources to guide juvenile justice agencies and practitioners to select, implement, evaluate, and sustain programs supported by research evidence … [in order] to: Improve evaluation capacity in juvenile justice programming; Facilitate the use of evidence-based programs and practices in state, local, and tribal juvenile justice systems; [and] Enhance the capacity of states, tribes, and localities to evaluate juvenile justice programs." This website provides access to: NJJEC trainings; skill-building education; resources—Logic Model Toolkit, Sustainability Toolkit for Service Providers, Sustainability Toolkit for Grantors, and the Performance Measure Guide; NJJEC Bulletin; related publications; and EBP (evidence-based practice) and evaluation resources. SOURCE: National Juvenile Justice Evaluation Center (NJJEC) (Washington, DC).
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