The Center for Educational Accountability has a history of providing high-quality affordable evaluation services to a variety of educational, health, and social services projects. We have served on national, regional, state, and local evaluations. We have had success in working with businesses, schools and school systems, local agencies, colleges, state agencies, and on a range of federal grants. The staff can help with designing an evaluation plan that can support efforts to receive federal funding for grants or to help you figure out whether your small local program is achieving your desired goals. We have an excellent reputation for conducting various types of research in order to help both small and large programs document their efforts, judge the effectiveness of such efforts, and work with program staff to recommend actions to improve program functioning. Take a look at other information on our page to learn about content areas, services, and some of our projects.
The CEA promotes public awareness about the importance of accountability and data-based improvements of programs and policies relating to education, health, and human services. We do this by advocating for and facilitating good practices, informing stakeholders about critical issues, and training researchers, policy-makers, and administrators.