The members of the Glebe Pathways Forum have completed an evaluation at the mid-way point of the Project's three-year funding.In her Foreward to the document, Dr Kitty te Riele (UTS), states:
"This self-assessment takes an honest look at those aspects of program design that have been established as being relevant for all such alternative education projects by the Dusseldorp Skills Forum. Three findings stand out for me. First, the strong commitment to counter negative assumptions and deficit views about the young people in the Glebe Pathways Project - instead putting their interests and voices at the centre of the project. Second, the genuine collaboration among a range of institutional and community partners - turning their different cultures, expertise and priorities into complementary strengths to support the Project. Finally, the hard work and good will of the staff and volunteers in the Project, who make the personal and public benefits of education more real and achievable on a day-to-day basis".