People who run programs for low-income job seekers and those seeking to promote policies that can improve employment outcomes for low-income individuals need evidence about what works.
Adapted version of Reducing the Risk shows some promising impacts.Read more
Using research and building evidence to progress on state programs.
Mathematica studies the stability and well-being of families with children—particularly families with limited means—to deepen understanding of programs to help them succeed. Our research provides insights into how parent's success in the labor market, programs to protect families against economic and personal misfortune, and strategies to address the needs of families headed by parents who had their first child as teens can affect the material comforts, self-esteem, and well-being they and their children enjoy, as well as the quality of couple and family relationships.
The Pathways to Work Evidence Clearinghouse: The What Works Clearinghouse of Proven and Promising Approaches to Move Welfare Recipients to Work
Fathers and Continuous Learning in Child Welfare
Evidence suggests that positive father involvement can improve child well-being outcomes. This project will test the use of the Breakthrough Series Collaborative to strengthen the engagement of fathers and paternal relatives with children involved in the child welfare system.
Senior Systems Analyst
Anne Bloomenthal has more than 40 years of experience designing databases, aligning data, and processing data in support of data collection, sample tracking, analysis of program outcomes, and creation of public and restricted use files.Featured ProjectsFeatured Publications
- Using Data from the EHSRE for Research on Young Children's Development
- Child Care and Early Education Research Connections (CCEERC): Using Data from the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Study Workshop
- Early Childhood
- Family Support
- Data Management