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Introduces challenges of using drop points as address-based sampling units, discusses each solution, and provides best practices.
Provides an overview of how researchers have defined and estimated the scope of child sexual abuse.
The rise of the accountability movement in education has resulted in the proliferation of school report cards, school ratings and rankings, and other kinds of performance reporting for public consumption and policy use. To understand the...
Our analysis of interdisciplinary literature on global youth unemployment is a first step in identifying and formalizing best practices for culturally appropriate career and workforce development worldwide.
Provides an overview of financing for long-term services and supports in the United States, paying special attention to how it has changed and not changed over the last 30 years.
Provides suggestions for developing inclusive education systems and policies, especially for low- and middle-income countries that are moving from a segregated system toward an inclusive system of education.
Presents a heuristic control theory model of smoking that can be useful in prevention and treatment practices.
US forest sector greenhouse mitigation potential and implications for nationally determined contributions
Describes forest sector mitigation activities currently underway in the United States on private lands, reviews recent literature estimates of the mitigation potential from these activities, identifies gaps in the literature, and provides recommendations for targeted mitigation strategies.
Stratifies primary sampling units for the 2009 Residential Energy Consumption Survey and compares the resulting strata.
Examines the sustainability of the subnational business environment index (BEIs) as a development tool for subnational promotion of private sector growth and competitiveness.
A career pathways framework provides holistic, data-driven individual/organizational perspectives on career growth/success.
Describes core elements for improving early grade literacy instruction and outcomes: approach to teaching; availability of quality, relevant learner materials; effective time use; using formative assessment to guide instruction; and provision of instruction in the most effective language.
Explores the gendered dimension of conflict in transitional societies.
Describes technical approaches for calculating costs associated with Medicare post-acute care provider claims using Medicare cost report and claims data.
Provides policymakers and program designers with an overview of the primary types of economic models that could be used to inform policy design and implementation.
Provides strategies and recommendations for developing inclusive classrooms and schools.