Data visualizations and dashboards translate complex ideas and concepts into a simple visual format. Patterns, trends, and relationships that might go undetected in text are visible at a glance.
Jane Fortson is an expert in designing and conducting experimental and quasi-experimental evaluations; she has worked on projects in international development, labor, education, and family and child well-being.
To help governors’ offices, state member-based associations, and other stakeholders learn more about available data dashboard and visualization tools and how to get the most out of them, Mathematica has partnered with the National Governors Association to host DATAWEEN, a data-focused “science fair”...
Random Assignment, Participant Tracking, Enrollment and Reporting (RAPTER™) is a modular system that can support projects ranging from a simple random assignment site to a full-fledged case management and participant tracking system. RAPTER™ was designed with a completely secure architecture...
This fact sheet summarizes Nutrition Services Program participants’ characteristics and impressions of the program and the program’s impact on participants’ food security, socialization, and diet quality.
The Healthy Harlem program, which is focused on improving health, nutrition, and physical fitness among children enrolled in the Harlem Children’s Zone, had positive impacts on students’ nutrition knowledge, self-efficacy, fitness, and body mass index (BMI).
This brief illustrates how state vocational rehabilitation (VR) agencies can use performance management tools and processes to leverage their data systems to improve their programs.
This report presents details on the evaluation design of the BRIGHT program and impact findings from the evaluation 10 years after the program's launch.
Mathematica’s National Study of the Effectiveness of Educational Technology Interventions was a rigorous evaluation of the efficacy of technology applications designed to improve student learning in math and reading in grades K-12.
In 2008, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration commissioned Mathematica to conduct a national random assignment evaluation of the Workforce Investment Act Adult and Dislocated Worker programs' effectiveness.
The Administration for Community Living (ACL) was created around the fundamental principle that all people, regardless of age or disability, should be able to live independently and fully participate in their communities.
The Office of Disability Employment Policy has a strong interest in advancing policies and programs that promote positive stay-at-work/return-to-work (SAW/RTW) outcomes for workers who experience a chronic illness, disability, or medical condition.
Associate Director and Senior Researcher
Emily Moiduddin studies programs aimed at promoting positive development for young children and professional development for early educators.Featured Projects
- Improving Practice: The Study of Coaching Practices in Early Care and Education (SCOPE)
- Head Start: The Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES)
- Using Multiple Child Assessments to Inform Practice in Early Childhood Programs: Lessons from Milpitas Unified School District
- Milpitas Early Learning Transitions Model: Using Assessment Data to Inform Teacher Practice
- Early Childhood
- Child Development
- Professional Development
- Early Childhood Systems
- Quality Measurement
Mathematica Policy Research is dedicated to improving public well-being by bringing the highest standards of quality, objectivity, and excellence to bear on information collection and analysis for our partners and clients. The company has been at the forefront of assessing the effectiveness of policies and programs since 1968. Considered an architect of social policy research, Mathematica conducted the first social policy experiment in the United States, the New Jersey Negative Income Tax Experiment, to test ways of encouraging low-income individuals to work.