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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.
Explores how governance interventions contribute to achieving sector-specific results and how international development practice has linked governance and sector outcomes.
Provides geospatial school-to-work transition data to demonstrate their implications for labor market and urban development policy.
Sexual harassment experiences and consequences for women faculty in science, engineering, and medicine
First in-depth, qualitative study documenting impact of sexual harassment on long-term careers of women faculty in STEM.
Discusses the role of CEHRT in the QPP and offers policy recommendations to help small and rural practices improve their health IT capabilities for value-based care.
Outlines key features of adaptive programming and management and provides some examples from the field. / Souligne les éléments clés de la programmation et de la gestion adaptables et offre des exemples tirés du terrain.
Examines potential benefits and drawbacks and considers the policy implications of implementing municipal health insurance in Guatemala.
Suggests that the US forest sector can play an important role in global greenhouse gas mitigation efforts, including efforts to meet any potential future US mitigation targets.
Technology costs as a barrier to energy and water efficiency in the commercial sector of the United Arab Emirates
Focuses on technology costs as a barrier to energy and water efficiency in the commercial sector in the United Arab Emirates.
Informs key stakeholders and motivates government agencies to accelerate tariff reform in the United Arab Emirates to promote conservation.
Explores the use of real-time labor-market information and presents interviews conducted with international donor officials to gain their perspectives on its applicability in developing countries.
Reviews the six important policies and missions related to urban sanitation and draws attention to their limited coverage of gender differences in promoting improved sanitation.
Discusses a successful US approach to secondary education—called Linked Learning—and RTI International's approach to adapting it for other country contexts.
Discusses considerations in using big data for a data revolution for sustainable development in developing countries.
Describes a framework used by RTI International to create organizational policies and procedures to deal with Ebola issues, based on guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Tracking student employment outcomes using record matching and surveys provides a comprehensive measure of workforce preparation and employment success.
New global guidelines linking health risks and household energy use are needed to drive policies and interventions. Update to 2012 report.
Guidance for improving sanitation in El Salvador’s tourism areas through decentralized wastewater management systems
Local governments can work with private sector entrepreneurs, service providers and other stakeholders to develop an enabling environment where a decentralized approach to wastewater management can effectively improve sanitation.
New global guidelines linking health risks and household energy use are needed to drive policies and interventions.
Analyzes some of the major issues that must be decided in implementing the CLASS Act insurance program.
Drugs, sex, gender-based violence, and the intersection of the HIV/AIDS epidemic with vulnerable women in South Africa
Describes how HIV-prevention interventions for South African women can be accomplished with a multilevel, collaborative response from government, community, and international partners using multiple prevention strategies and fostering sustainability.