Innovation Session: How Do We Build More Evidence in Human Service Programs?: State and Local Perspectives

Friday, November 9, 2018: 10:30 AM-11:15 AM
Atrium - Exhibit Level (Marriott Wardman Park)

*Names in bold indicate Presenter

Participants:  Angela Rachidi, Mathematica Policy Research, Michael Fishman, MEF Associates, Kinsey Dinan, New York City Department of Social Services, Jon Baron, Laura and John Arnold Foundation, Hannah Knouse, Wisconsin Department of Children and Families and Melissa Wavelet, Colorado Department of Human Services

Description of Research: Building evidence within state and local human service programs has great potential to influence policy making at the federal level. If more rigorous evidence can be generated from the states and localities who are administering these programs, policy makers will be better informed when making policy.

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