For nearly 100 years, the National Urban League (NUL) has been devoted to empowering African Americans economically and socially through programs, advocacy, and research. In 2008, the NUL hired the Educational Testing Service (ETS) to develop an evaluation framework for its programs. ETS in turn subcontracted Community Science to develop logic models for each of the NUL’s five program areas (education and youth development, entrepreneurship and business development, health and quality of life, housing and community development, and workforce development) with a focus on results around economic empowerment and community impact.

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