Our Projects

ETR can support your organization or project in numerous ways to best fulfill your goals. Whether you need short-term capacity-building assistance, customized trainings, program evaluations, full-scale research projects, technical assistance clearinghouses, or high-quality print and digital resources, we can help. Please review our core competencies to learn more about our areas of expertise.

ETR's multidisciplinary teams are committed to the highest standards of quality in their respective fields.

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Understanding Self-Identity LGBTQ Supplement for Reducing the Risk

Developed in collaboration with the City of New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and Department of Education, this supplemental curriculum lesson was designed to address the inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth in classrooms implementing the Reducing the Risk evidence-based intervention, while maintaining fidelity to the program.

Wellness Integrated Services Hub (WISH)

ETR is developing an online service documentation system for the Wellness Initiative, which operates school-based health centers in twenty public high schools in San Francisco. Based on a two year process of talking to service providers, the WISH system supports the accurate documentation of services provided at the individual student level. WISH also includes innovative functionalities that support service coordination and prioritization. WISH also creates opportunities for evaluation research that assesses the impact of services on key indicators of academic performance using propensity score matching approaches to outcome analysis.

Working to Institutionalize Sexuality Education (WISE)

WISE helps to organize and mobilize school and community leaders with the goals of implementing and sustaining effective sexual health education practices for youth. Regional Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) Networks provide school districts with peer support and partnerships with community-based organizations, which has empowered school districts to make significant improvements to their CSE programs and acquire much-needed resources. ETR offered technical assistance to help districts develop and assess their partnerships, through an evaluation comprised of surveys and interviews that looked at district success in developing and maintaining partnerships and the role the WISE project played.