The William T. Grant Foundation invests in high-quality research focused on reducing inequality in youth outcomes and improving the use of research evidence in decisions that affect young people in the United States.

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Institutional Challenge Grant

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Grantee Profile

Why Should We Study the Use of Research Evidence as a Behavior?

The frameworks and tools of behavioral science have significant potential to overcome persistent challenges regarding the measurement, tracking, and analysis of research evidence use.

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Grantee Profile

Using a National Sample to Examine Variability in Intervention Effects

Research grantee David Yeager is studying whether an exercise that instills in students the idea that intelligence can be developed over time can reduce disparities in math achievement. He tells Adam Gamoran, “As more and more behavioral-science-based experiments have come under intense scrutiny for difficulty with replication, it’s important to put the prominent phenomenon of growth mindset to its toughest test so far.”

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The Future of Higher Education Is Social Impact

In this post, written for the Stanford Social Innovation Review, Adam Gamoran highlights the importance of “reshaping incentives within the university to support faculty research that responds to real-life challenges.”

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Research-Practice Partnerships Microsite

Guiding tips, work samples, and resources from successful research-practice partnerships.

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Grants Archive

Our historical archive, spanning nearly ten years of grantmaking across programs and focus areas.

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