GovInnovator blog features senior fellow Robert G. Wood discussing findings and insights from Mathematica's evaluation of the Building Strong Families program. Mathematica's evaluation used a rigorous, random assignment research design to test not only whether the overall program worked (averaging across its eight sites), but also to investigate which sites were more effective than others — results that provide clues about which approaches to BSF were most effective. Listen now.
Robert G. Wood Discusses Building Strong Families on GovInnovator Blog
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