Street Law, Inc. recognizes program evaluations as a valuable learning tool that help the organization measure its achievement of program objectives and understand and improve the effectiveness of its work.
At every Street Law training, participants complete surveys rating the sessions, offer comments on what did and did not work, and suggest improvements for future trainings.
Whenever possible, Street Law utilizes the professional help of outside experts to conduct evaluations. Summaries and reports from these evaluations can be found below.
Corporate Legal Diversity Pipeline Program
Conducted in 2007, with independent consultant Wendy Richardson, PhD
Deliberating in a Democracy
Conducted by Professor Patricia Avery, University of Minnesota, College of Education and Human Development
Democracy Education Exchange Project
Conducted in 2003, by InSites, a nonprofit organization that conducts research and evaluation and provides technical assistance to schools, districts, states, and organizations engaged in major change within education systems.
Law School Diversity Pipeline
Conducted in 2008 with independent consultant Wendy Richardson, PhD
NALP/Street Law Legal Diversity Pipeline Program
Conducted in 2011, by Street Law and NALP staff
Parents and the Law
Conducted in 1997-1998, by Caliber Associates.
Save Our Streets
Conducted by Caliber Associates.