How have states have begun to exercise the flexibility afforded by Family First Preventative Services Act and what evidence might become available in the future to assess the impact of the legislation?
This award will support National Public Radio Collaborative Journalism Network, an effort to enhance capacity to report on issues affecting children, youth, and families within disadvantaged communities in high-need regions.
To begin shifting the underlying structures of inequality, scholars can harness the power of rigorous research to produce innovative, ground-breaking research that might further upend the narratives that inequality is inevitable or explained by individual differences.
Improving the use of research evidence will require ensuring usefulness—and use—toward ends that are congruent with the goals and visions that marginalized communities have for their self-determined benefits.
Abstract We show how policy makers converged to support similar reforms on a major educational issue: teacher effectiveness. Our study demonstrates the importance of idea brokers—actors that facilitate connections between preferences in policy networks and promote consensus around new ...
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.