Expand Your Ed Policy Toolkit with Human-Centered Design - Ahead of the Heard
In February, Bellwether released a white paper that makes the case that policy professionals can use human-centered research methods to create better education policies because they are informed by the people whose lives will be most affected by them. Today, we’re releasing a companion website (https://designforedpolicy.org/) that curates 54 human-centered research methods from organizations like IDEO, Stanford’s Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, and Nesta that are particularly well-suited to education policy work. They’re organized by phases of a typical education policy project and include brief explanations of how they might be applied to your current work.
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