The purpose of this study is to conduct a cross-cutting examination of the use of performance measures, work requirements, and child support requirements among human services programs that include a focus on promoting self-sufficiency.
Transitioning from high school to the next step can be both exciting and daunting.Read more
Mathematica Operates CMS’s Accountable Care Organization Learning SystemsRead more
Exploring Measurement of Performance Outcomes and Work Requirements in Programs Promoting Economic Independence (EMPOWERED)
The Pathways to Work Evidence Clearinghouse: The What Works Clearinghouse of Proven and Promising Approaches to Move Welfare Recipients to Work
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.
Diana McCallum’s research spans the education and family support topics. She specializes in evaluation technical assistance and conducting systematic reviews to inform policy.Featured Projects
- The Pathways to Work Evidence Clearinghouse: The What Works Clearinghouse of Proven and Promising Approaches to Move Welfare Recipients to Work
- Early Childhood
- Systematic Evidence Reviews
- Strengthening and Disseminating Research
- Effective Data Use
- Family Support
- Youth Development