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Community members who evacuate to shelters may represent the most socially and economically vulnerable group within a hurricane’s affected geographic area. Disaster research has established associations between socioeconomic conditions and...
In July 2019, participants gathered in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, for an event organized by RTI International called Trust in Science. Our goal with the Trust in Science event was to foster collaborations and strengthen connections...
Discusses the use of satellite images to provide information about agricultural production in low-income countries, and we comment on research challenges and opportunities.
Provides insights into a specific, hard-to-reach youth subpopulation—those born in agricultural areas in Western Kenya who migrate to large towns and cities.
Recommends attending to provider resistance to evidence-based practice in preplanning and early implementation, and when insufficient adherence or resistance-related low fidelity leads to implementation failure.
Discusses the development of an interactive web-based data visualization tool, the Adaptive Total Design (ATD) Dashboard, which we designed to provide a wide array of survey staff with the information needed to monitor data collection daily.
Uses recent evidence from international early grade reading programs to provide guidance about how best to create appropriate targets and more effectively drive improved program outcomes.
Focuses on assessing readiness for change as key to ensuring success of new educational initiatives; shares change readiness rubric to help schools/districts successfully lead change.
Captures early-grade reading material practices RTI has developed for responding to contexts with high linguistic diversity and low operational capacity for producing/distributing instructional materials.
Discusses attributes of 1,010 tech-related bootcamps offered in the United States, Canada, and online.
A collection of abstracts covering the latest developments from the 2019 National Institute of Justice Forensic Science Research and Development Symposium.
Reviews definitions and benefits of innovation districts, poses questions for developing innovation districts, and outlines challenges in creating innovation districts and measuring progress.