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As a former Research Scientist for the NYS Office of Mental Health and for the Center for Human Services Research at the University at Albany, Jennifer Bashant has 12 years of experience conducting thorough literature reviews.

Have you ever wondered what the research indicates is best practice in a particular area? You don't have time to scour the literature, so let us do it for you. We will synthesize the findings in a report that highlights only the main points you need to know in order to inform your decisions.

Examples of some research reviews Jennifer has conducted for schools:

  • Best practices for teaching reading in an urban elementary school

  • Research on later start times for high schools, along with qualitative data gathered via interviews of superintendents who have already shifted to a later start time

  • Community Schools versus Magnet Schools in a large urban school district

Program Evaluation


Jennifer is available to serve as an external evaluator for your grants or programs that require an evaluation. She has designed and conducted evaluations of large, federally funded grants from the National Institute of Justice, as well as smaller grant funded programs such as professional development for math and science educators, an after school science enrichment program through a local museum, a technology coach model to improve the use of technology in the classroom, and many more. 

Jennifer is a certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise. Her services include input in the grant writing process, development of a logic model, data collection, data entry, analysis and reporting the findings as required by the funder.

Please contact us to discuss your program evaluation needs.