Too many students are not adequately prepared for college, careers, and a productive future, which can lead to a lifetime of economic insecurity.
Evidence in Action
Expert Perspectives on Research, Policy, and Serving the Public Good
Successful Strategies for Improving Low-Performing Schools: A Look at Turnaround LeadershipMar 13, 2019Natalie Lacireno-Paquet, Emily Rosen
How-to Guide on Using Evidence in City PolicymakingMar 13, 2019J.B. Wogan
On this episode of On the Evidence, J.B. Wogan spoke with Katherine Klosek, director of applied research at the Center for Government Excellence (GovEx) at Johns Hopkins University, about the roadmap and the state of evidence-based policymaking in cities.
What We Learned from Philadelphia’s Tax on Sweetened BeveragesMar 12, 2019David Jones, Anna Hill, David Frisvold, John Cawley
Last November, voters in Oregon and Washington State cast their ballots on whether to prevent cities and counties from enacting taxes on sodas and other sweetened beverages.
International Women's Day 2019, Part 2Mar 07, 2019Samantha Dorrington, Anu Rangarajan
To celebrate International Women's Day, Mathematica shares how their colleagues at EDI are using their expertise to improve the lives of women and girls throughout the developing world.
International Women's Day 2019, Part 1Mar 06, 2019Anu Rangarajan
To mark International Women's Day, Mathematica announces that they will share how their colleagues at EDI are using their expertise to help changemakers strive for a more gender-balanced world.