The University of Michigan School of Public Health and Focus: HOPE will conduct and use research to understand how mental health-enhanced workforce development programs may benefit employment, economic, and mental health outcomes for Black youth.
How has the spread of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) changed relationships among organizations in the K–12 education sector, and what consequences are evident for teaching, learning, and achievement inequality in U.S. schools?
How capital investments improve school building conditions? Do school facility conditions and investments affect student performance? Do facility conditions and investments influence other aspects of the school setting that could indirectly impact student success?
Most mental health disorders begin before youth are in their late teens and early 20s, and social, economic, and academic pressures combined with the transition to college may exacerbate these problems, making college a potentially important site for preventive intervention.
Professor of Education and University Diversity & Social Transformation Professor at the University of Michigan is Professor of Education and University Diversity & Social Transformation Professor at the University of Michigan.
It’s important to recognize that the form of research contributes to the social sense-making process, and can create a body of shared understandings based on research principles. Research designed for use, with specific guidance for practice, can embed common ...
This brief is based on an exploratory study that examined: “1) where state education agency staff search for research, evidence-based, and practitioner knowledge related to school improvement; 2) whether and how state education agency staff use research and these other types of ...
Many youth development programs aim to improve youth outcomes by raising the quality of social interactions occurring in groups such as classrooms, athletic teams, therapy groups, after-school programs, or recreation ...
This software includes a series of empirical estimates of plausible parameter values for determining the minimum effect size that can be detected by a given number, size, and treatment/group mix of randomized groups.
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.