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Identifying Responses to Inequality: The Potential of Qualitative and Mixed-Methods Research

We believe that qualitative and mixed-methods research is essential to building, understanding, testing, and improving responses to inequality—be they programs, policies, or practices.


From Big Data to Useful Research Evidence: Forging a Path Toward Better Youth Outcomes

What steps can we take to ensure that access to big data leads to the production of high-quality, useful research evidence? And what else do we need to know to ensure that this evidence is ultimately used by decision makers in ways that benefit youth?

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Directions for Research: the Use of Research Evidence

The Foundation’s focus on improving the use of research evidence aims to identify and test strategies to ensure that research reaches the hands of decision makers, answers their most pressing questions, and is used in ways that benefit youth. These resources highlight directions for research in this area.

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