Northside Achievement Zone

The Northside Achievement Zone (NAZ) is a collaboration of community organizations whose mission is to build a culture of achievement in North Minneapolis to assure all youth graduate from high school college-ready. The evaluation includes community surveys, year-end reports, and a prospective return on investment study.


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NAZ 2015 Annual Report on Academic OutcomesEvaluationApril 2016Ellen Shelton, Cael Warren, Sarah Gehrig
Prospective Return on Investment of the Northside Achievement ZoneCost-benefit StudyFebruary 2015Jose Diaz, Sarah Gehrig, Ellen Shelton, Cael Warren
Prospective Return on Investment of the Northside Achievement Zone, SummaryCost-benefit StudyFebruary 2015Jose Diaz, Sarah Gehrig, Ellen Shelton, Cael Warren
Northside Achievement Zone 2014 Year-End ReportEvaluationDecember 2014Sarah Gehrig, Cael Warren, Ellen Shelton, Greg Owen
NAZ 2013 Community Survey Results - A Follow-up to the 2010 Baseline Survey, Full ReportEvaluationMarch 2014Monica Idzelis Rothe, Ellen Shelton, Greg Owen
NAZ Summary of 2013 Community Survey Results - A Follow-up to the 2010 Baseline SurveyEvaluationMarch 2014Monica Idzelis Rothe
NAZ 2012 Evaluation Summary, Early Measures of Progress and PromiseEvaluationMay 2013Ellen Shelton, Greg Owen, Cael Warren, Monica Idzelis Rothe
Community Baseline Survey Results, Full ReportSurveyMay 2011Jennifer Maxfield, Ellen Shelton, Greg Owen
The State of NAZ Partnerships at the Starting Point, Full ReportEvaluationDecember 2010Natalie Alizaga, Ellen Shelton
The State of NAZ Partnerships at the Starting Point, SummaryEvaluationDecember 2010Natalie Alizaga, Ellen Shelton

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