Using Data to Improve Child Welfare Services and Outcomes
Publisher: Chicago, IL: Mathematica Policy Research
Aug 31, 2018
Child welfare agencies often have concerns with data quality, limited capacity for analytics, and difficulty with identifying how best to use data for program improvements. Mathematica’s approach to working with child welfare agencies starts with collaboration, uses technology to create efficient solutions, and leverages staff with expertise in child welfare, data quality, and innovative methods. Our solutions are built on high quality data, supported by deep understanding of programs and policies, and customized for specific goals and needs.
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