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  • Specialized Case Management for Young Adults in Extended Federal Foster Care

    Published: November 27, 2019
    For many decades, child welfare agencies—with few exceptions—only served children. State responsibility for the safety and well-being of children in foster care ended at age 18 (or 19, at the state’s discretion, in the case of youth completing high school). But in the past 10 years, many states have extended foster care eligibility to age 21, and some provide supportive services through age 23...
  • ACF OPRE News Vol. 7 Issue 21 – November 21, 2019

    Published: November 21, 2019
    A Look at the Native Culture & Language in the Classroom Observation Measure & Much More Featured items in this issue: New Native Culture & Language in the Classroom Observation (NCLCO) Measure Findings from New Native Culture & Language in the Classroom Observation (NCLCO) Measure Frequently Asked Questions and Resources for Using Rapid Learning Methods in Social Service Programs From Savings to Ownership: Third-Year Impacts from the Assets for Independence Program Randomized Evaluation
  • ACF OPRE News Vol. 7 Issue 20 – November 14, 2019

    Published: November 14, 2019
    Impacts of the Assets for Independence Program After Three Years & Much (Much) More Featured items in this issue: Impacts of the Assets for Independence Program After Three Years A Dozen Policy Questions You Can Answer with Your Agency's Administrative Data Competency Frameworks for Infant and Toddler Teachers and Caregivers Enhancing a Home Visiting Program to Address Repeat Adolescent Pregnancy: The Longer-Term Impacts of Steps to Success Focusing on the Boys: The Longer-Term Impacts of Wise Guys in Davenport, Iowa
  • From Savings to Ownership: Third-Year Impacts from the Assets for Independence Program Randomized Evaluation

    Published: November 13, 2019
    Assets such as a home or business can provide families with economic stability and a foundation for long-term upward mobility. To help households with low incomes build assets, the federal government launched the Assets for Independence (AFI) program, authorized by Congress in 1998. The Urban Institute evaluated the AFI program at two sites using a randomized controlled trial, the gold standard for measuring program effectiveness. This is the final report of our three-year evaluation. 
  • ACF OPRE News Vol. 7 Issue 19 – October 24, 2019

    Published: October 24, 2019
    Impact Findings for Two Sites in our Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) Project & Much More Featured items in this issue: Two-Year Impacts of Steps to Success Home Visiting Program The Longer-Term Impacts of the Wise Guys Male Responsibility Curriculum Using Rapid Learning Methods to Test and Improve Social Programs - Video & Brief What are the 5 Principles of the Administration for Children and Families' Evaluation Policy?
  • ACF OPRE News Vol. 7 Issue 18 – October 3, 2019

    Published: October 3, 2019
    Using Data to Understand Your Program & Much More Featured items in this issue: Using Data to Understand Your Program Lessons and Strategies from Six Community College Individual Development Accounts Projects The Research Design Plan for the Impact Evaluation of the 2nd round of Health Profession Opportunity Grants (HPOG 2.0) Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness (HomVEE) Releases Results of 2019 Review
  • Matched Savings Program Strategies for Community Colleges

    Published: September 30, 2019
    Community colleges can offer aspiring students vital job skills and open doors to further postsecondary education, but paying for classes alongside living and other expenses can be challenging for students with limited means. Individual development account (IDA) programs assist low-income current and prospective students by matching their savings toward higher education expenses and by providing financial education on how to save and plan for those expenses.
  • National and Tribal Evaluation of the 2nd Generation of Health Profession Opportunity Grants (HPOG 2.0): Impact Evaluation Design Plan

    Published: September 27, 2019
    The Health Profession Opportunity Grants (HPOG) Program is designed to deliver high-quality training in the health professions to eligible individuals. A National Evaluation of 27 grants awarded in 2015 as part of the second round of HPOG grants (HPOG 2.0) is currently underway. The National Evaluation will include an Impact Evaluation of the Program’s impacts on participants and its costs and benefits, as well as a Descriptive Evaluation of the implementation, outcomes, and local service delivery systems of the grants.
  • ACF OPRE News Vol. 7 Issue 17 – September 19, 2019

    Published: September 19, 2019
    Featured items in this issue...
  • Evaluation of Employment Coaching for TANF and Related Populations: Evaluation Design Report

    Published: September 19, 2019
    An important goal of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and other assistance programs is to help their participants become economically secure and achieve self-sufficiency. To meet this goal, some programs offer services to address challenges to employment such as those caused by lack of education or occupational skills, mental health issues, or lack of transportation or child care. However, for some participants, these services are not enough to help them become economically secure.

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