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When Dad Stays Home

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Parents value diversity, location, and school performance.

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India Bihar Ananya

Mathematica is leading the measurement, learning, and evaluation component of the Ananya program, formerly known as the Family Health Initiative, in Bihar, India.

In this paper, we estimate school-choice preferences revealed by the rank-ordered lists submitted by more than 22,000 applicants to a citywide lottery for more than 100 traditional and charter public schools in Washington, DC.

This webcast was recorded at Mathematica Policy Research's Washington, DC office on June 14, 2016.

Recent Projects

Indonesia total sanitation

Mathematica conducted a retrospective implementation study of the Total Sanitation and Sanitation Marketing program in Java, Indonesia. The program strengthened the supply of and demand for sanitation and improved the enabling environment for sanitation interventions

Rockefeller THS hospital

Mathematica is monitoring and evaluating activities of the Rockefeller Foundation’s Transforming Health Systems Initiative, which aims to strengthen health systems and expand health coverage in developing countries.

Ukraine

Mathematica provided evaluation technical assistance and training to help the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy evaluate the Social Assistance System Modernization (SASM) project to better reach the most impoverished Ukrainians.

Tanzania energy sector

Mathematica is conducting evaluations of two activities and a related initiative under the Tanzania energy sector project. The activities included laying a new submarine cable to provide a more reliable source of electricity to Unguja Island, extending lines into new areas, and offering low-cost electricity...

Recent Publications

This journal article reviews how payment reforms promoted by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) can reward efforts to reinvent medical education to better incorporate value into medical decision making.

The IMAGINE project was designed to improve educational outcomes of girls in Niger. This report documents the main findings from the three-year long-term evaluation of the IMAGINE project.

The IMAGINE project was designed to improve educational outcomes of girls in Niger. This report documents the main findings from the three-year long-term evaluation of the IMAGINE project.

The state of Massachusetts introduced a system of standardized testing in its public schools three years before the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 mandated such practices for all 50 states.

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This webcast was recorded at Mathematica Policy Research's Washington, DC office on June 14, 2016.

Barriers and Supports to Employment for State Vocational Rehabilitation Clients

Steve Glazerman

We’re pleased to launch the Educator Impact Laboratory this week. This is a center at Mathematica designed to expand our collaborations with state and local education agencies around the challenging task of measuring the impact that teachers and principals have on their students and using this information...

Presenters from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ Office of Policy discuss research priorities to support veterans and their families.

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    Jim Rojeski provides enterprise data solutions and analytics in the state health care arena, with a focus on improving cost, quality, and outcomes for Medicaid and other state managed health insurance populations.

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