Electrification rates have risen dramatically in many developing countries, but most low-income African countries lag far behind.
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Benefits and Challenges of Expanding Grid Electricity in Africa: A Review of Rigorous Evidence on Household Impacts in Developing Countries
Building the Bridge: Linking Medicaid and Child Welfare Data to Identify High Service Users in Child Welfare
In this web-based and interactive issue brief, Mathematica Policy Research and Casey Family Programs share results from a study they conducted, which linked child welfare and Medicaid data to identify high service users amongst a sample of children in foster care in Tennessee and Florida.
Preparing for Life After High School: The Characteristics and Experiences of Youth in Special Education. A Summary of Key Findings from the National Longitudinal Transition Study 2012
This brief summarizes findings from surveys of secondary school youth with disabilities and their parents collected for the National Longitudinal Transition Study 2012, conducted as part of an assessment of IDEA.
Accounting for Geographic Variation in Social Security Disability Program Participation
There is wide geographic variation in Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplementary Security Income participation across the United States.