Access to Effective Teaching for Disadvantaged Students
New video, featuring Eric Isenberg and Jeffrey Max, examines a study of access to effective teaching for disadvantaged students in 29 diverse school districts. Read more.
Gold Testifies on Medicare Advantage
On December 4, senior fellow Marsha Gold testified before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Health Subcommittee on the future of the Medicare Advantage (MA) program. Click here to view a copy of her written testimony. View the video.
APPAM 2013 Fall Conference: Connecting Policy with Research
Mathematica CEO Paul Decker explored the nexus between policymaking, public management, and evidence-based research in his presidential address for the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management fall research conference. View a conference highlights video framed by clips from Decker's address.
Upcoming Mathematica Events
Tuesday, December 10: A forum and webinar hosted by Mathematica and the Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, Equal Access to Effective Teaching: What New Research Has to Say About the Problem and a Possible Solution
Thursday, December 12: Center for Studying Disability Policy forum, Revitalization Through Regulation? The Impacts of 2008 Regulatory Changes on the Ticket to Work Program
Today's Forum in DC Still On
Despite weather conditions in Washington, DC, our forum, “Equal Access to Effective Teaching,” will take place today as scheduled. If you are no longer able to join us in person, please watch the event online via webinar.
After Two Years, Three Widely Used Elementary Math Curricula Outperform a Fourth (September 30, 2013)