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Mathematica’s evaluation examined the implementation, key challenges, and promising strategies of initiatives that supported the strategic use of education data at the state and district levels.
Breastfeeding promotion and support is a core component of the nutrition services provided by the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC). The objectives of this study were to describe a census of state and local WIC agencies’ policies and practices to promote breastfeeding;...
Mathematica is rigorously evaluating and determining costs for U.S. Agency for International Development investments in early literacy and access to education in conflict settings in the Latin America and Caribbean region.
Mathematica is leading the measurement, learning, and evaluation component of the Ananya program, formerly known as the Family Health Initiative, in Bihar, India.
The Burkinabé Response to Improve Girl’s Chances to Succeed (BRIGHT 1) aims to increase girls’ educational attainment in Burkina Faso. We conducted an impact evaluation of BRIGHT 1 and will again be overseeing the data collection efforts, including household and school surveys, for the BRIGHT 2.
Mathematica is evaluating the human development activities of an initiative that seeks to address poverty and economic development in the Northern Zone of El Salvador.
This article examines the proportion of small practices and providers in primary care, as well as the characteristics of their patients and communities and their participation in new models of health care delivery.
State Differences in the Vocational Rehabilitation Experiences of Transition-Age Youth with Disabilities (Journal Article)
The study examines the extent to which states' transition-age youth with disabilities apply for vocational rehabilitation (VR) services, receive services, and are employed at case closure. The percentage of a state's transition-age youth population who applied for VR services ranged from 4 to 14 percent;...
The Great Recession (December 2007 to June 2009) had far-reaching impacts on the U.S. economy, but it likely had a different effect on beneficiaries of the Social Security Administration (SSA) disability programs than on other working-age individuals. This data brief describes the experiences of working-age...
In October 2012, the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), in a unique collaboration between public and private health care payers, launched the Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC) initiative to improve primary care delivery in seven regions across...
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This forum explored the standards for effective technical assistance (TA). Evidence-based TA draws upon proven research techniques and products, which inform (1) the TA content, (2) the process of providing TA (based on adult learning principles), and (3) the measurement of the policy or program improvement...
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Josh Furgeson specializes in education research focused on charter schools and effective instructional practices.
- The Equity Project Charter School Evaluation (TEP)
- The Knowledge Is Power Program: Preparing Youth for College
- The Equity Project Charter School: Impacts on Student Achievement
- Snapshot of KIPP Leadership Practices through 2010-2011
- School Choice and Charters
- Strengthening and Disseminating Research
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