Program Builds Results-Based Approach into Human-Services Work and Coursework

Randy Nelson was frustrated. As director of the criminal justice administration graduate program at Florida’s Bethune-Cookman University, he was short on tools to guide students who were learning about reducing racial disparities in the juvenile justice system. But he found just what he wanted — and just what his students needed — with Results-Based Accountability™ (RBA).

Posted October 21, 2017

Eight Strategies for Funding the Implementation of Child Welfare Programs

Child welfare leaders have an enormous responsibility to ensure critical outcomes for children and families. With so much at stake, they need programs and practices that work. That’s why the Annie E. Casey Foundation has developed a brief to help child welfare agency administrators and partners fund, implement and sustain effective evidence-based programs.

Posted October 18, 2017

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