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Examines STEM schools serving disadvantaged students and whether these students were more likely to take and pass advanced science and mathematics classes than their peers in traditional schools.
Defines MOOCs and contrasts MOOCs with previously established forms of online learning and open educational resources.
Describes work done to decentralize the education system in Egypt in a time of political upheaval.
Discusses a successful US approach to secondary education—called Linked Learning—and RTI International's approach to adapting it for other country contexts.
Reviews ways to train and develop both youth and older workers for workforce readiness as well as a new learning framework and philosophy for doing so.
Describes the Local Government Development Framework, a participatory methodology for promoting responsive and effective local governance in the developing world.
Tracking student employment outcomes using record matching and surveys provides a comprehensive measure of workforce preparation and employment success.
Examines the nature and potential causes of inequity in Egypt's education finance and puts forth a way in which funds could be transferred using an equity-based funding formula that “holds harmless” those muderiyat that would lose absolute amounts of money under a more equitable distribution scheme.
An integrative, multilevel, and transdisciplinary research approach to challenges of work, family, and health
Presents a high-level description of an NIH/CDC Work, Family & Health Network (WFHN) study’s design and methods
Documents a research agenda that will give developing countries' governments and the donor community information they need to more effectively support SMEs that generate growth, create jobs, and, ultimately, reduce poverty.
Details an approach for creating a viable design for a high-quality decentralized education system.
Documents the factors that were associated with a project's positive impact on Indonesian schools in terms of improving planning, community participation, and transparency.
Aims to take stock of the substantial amount of information and experience generated through the use of the Early Grade Reading Assessment, and to share this knowledge with practitioners, policymakers, and international donors.
Shows that when US racial and ethnic groups are separately compared with other countries, Asian and white students regularly perform at or near the top of international rankings, while black and Hispanic students typically rank at or near the bottom.
Describes evidence-based substance abuse prevention programs to target young employees, adaptation and implementation processes, and a cross-site evaluation.
Provides an overview of recent research on the relationship between noncognitive attributes (motivation, self efficacy, resilience) and academic outcomes (such as grades or test scores).
Summarizes the findings of a recent evaluation of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program (FFFIPP).
Uses a nationally representative sample of American high school seniors in 1992 to examine change and stability in the employment patterns of youth as they make the transition from high school to college.