Can Policy Interventions Reduce Inequality? Looking Beyond Test Scores for Evidence
Learning how particular government policies affect families requires well-designed and well-coordinated mixed-methods research that pays attention to a variety of indicators of success.
Test Scores are Only a Symptom: The Challenge of Seeking to Close Educational Gaps While Ignoring Historical Legacies
To address income inequality and intergenerational poverty, education is just one instrument—we need a tool chest
Identifying and Testing Strategies to Improve the Use of Antiracist Research Evidence through Critical Race Lenses
Encouraging the use of evidence from antiracist research requires thinking differently about what is relevant, how antiracist perspectives are built into routines for using research, and what it means to build trusting relationships.
Forging Connections: Grantee Experiences Reaching Audiences Beyond the Academic World
After five years of supporting research on reducing inequality, we’re proud of the body of work that grantees are producing and we’re inspired by their efforts to inform thought and action beyond the university gates.