In this episode of On the Evidence, University of Rhode Island's Annette Bourbonniere, Webility Corporation's Jennifer Christian, and Mathematica's Yonatan Ben-Shalom discuss research on workers who miss work because of an injury or illness and how to help them remain in the labor force.
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How Can We Help Workers with Medical Conditions Stay Employed?Sep 11, 2019J.B. Wogan
Celebrating International Literacy Day 2019Sep 04, 2019Nancy Murray, Matt Sloan
Mathematica and EDI Global staff share insights and read passages from <em>The Little Prince</em> to help call attention to the importance of embracing linguistic diversity in education and literacy interventions.
Prescribing Social Services: Leveraging Data to Diagnose and Treat the Social Determinants That Affect HealthSep 04, 2019Toni Abrams Weintraub, Mathematica
This post describes how health care systems and providers have been—and can be—critical partners in collecting and acting on social determinants of health data.
Supporting Learning in the Classroom: Back-to-School with REL Mid-AtlanticSep 03, 2019Joanne Pfleiderer
Educators hold the keys to unlocking a brighter future for their students, whether engaging with parents, creating a supportive environment that values equity and inclusion, or improving instruction.
Going Back to School with Mathematica’s Former TeachersAug 28, 2019David Roberts
Right now, more than 3.6 million public school teachers are preparing their classrooms, meeting with parents, reviewing lesson plans, and getting to know rooms full of students whose lives they will touch in countless ways.