Recent Grants

Does an embedded boundary spanner increase the use of research evidence when compared to an informal boundary spanner in an education research-practice partnership?
How do Black youth experience a youth participatory action research intervention meant to improve mental health outcomes?
Can reducing administrative barriers increase participation in a school-based food assistance program, thereby reducing food insecurity and improving outcomes among low-income and Latinx families?
How does an equity-centered research practice partnership navigate issues of race and power and influence research use to inform decision-making on school discipline policies and practices?
How can the Child Tax Credit be redesigned to better meet the needs of Black, Latinx, and mixed-immigration-status families to reduce economic inequality?
The grant will support National Public Radio’s (NPR) continuing coverage of trends and developments that affect children and youth in the United States.
2023 – 2025
$300,000
With this grant, Willie Mae Rock Camp will train staff on new software, develop relevant curriculum, and purchase new equipment.
Do policies that reduce administrative burden in social safety net programs reduce child poverty rates and narrow racial and ethnic disparities in benefit participation?

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