Program Evaluation Group (PEG) partners with public and private organizations to provide evaluation training, consulting and data services.
PEG’s collaborative and equitable evaluation approach fosters a culture of learning. Our evaluators follow these key practice principles:
Honor and make use of pre-existing data and the work of others.
Integrate quantitative data with qualitative data.
Value the authentic voice of our partners as experts in the work.
Contribute to emergent work by supporting a strong and shared line of sight and freedom to experiment.
Develop ways to return learning to the system (Fourth Quadrant Partners).
Engage a diverse group of partners to ignite innovation, design, and problem solving.
Keep an eye toward community-level and systems-level change with all of our efforts.
Over the past nine years, PEG's efforts have resulted in new relevant program designs, improved access to services, integration of best practices and evidence-based interventions, improved participant outcomes, community change, and improvements in evaluation capacity.
Maintains the academic records of students, provides information to prepare students for registration which includes the term course schedules, maintains the course catalog, and provides degree auditing in preparation for graduation.
The TAC is dedicated to establishing and promoting socially just communities, and deploys its interventions to support Detroit residents and stakeholders as they work to strengthen and improve their neighborhoods.
3663 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48201