Blogs

Developing a Theory of Change: it is easier than you think!
The QIC-WD sites are developing a theory of change as part of their needs assessment. The theory of change follows a thoughtful root cause analysis and captures the ultimate goal of the project and lays out the logic on how that goal will be achieved.
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Bridging a River of Good Intentions: ASPA Presentation
QIC-WD staff presented “Bridging a River of Good Intentions: Building Research Evidence on Public Child Welfare Workforce Development Practices” at the Annual Conference for the American Society for Public Administration on March 12th in Denver, Colorado.
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Listen to Washington’s Acting Assistant Secretary, Children’s Administration, Talk with her Staff About Being Part of the QIC-WD
Watch and listen to Connie Lambert-Eckel, Washington State Acting Assistant Secretary, Children’s Administration, as she explains how frontline staff in Washington will work with the QIC-WD to identify and solve a workforce problem.
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QIC-WD in Louisville: Inspired by Each Other and Muhammad Ali
We recently convened 47 QIC-WD partners in Louisville to foster relationships, learn from each other, and work to strengthen the child welfare workforce with the best available evidence. Read a few inspirational quotes and messages to guide our work!
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