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Insight Researchers Featured at OPRE’s 2020 Research and Evaluation Conference on Self-Sufficiency (RECS)

Insight’s Jackson Miller and Rachel Gaddes are pleased to present at this year’s Research and Evaluation Conference on Self-Sufficiency (RECS) on topics and strategies to better understand and facilitate employment and self-sufficiency among low-income families. Jackson Miller will discuss findings and promising practices based on a needs assessment of disconnected youth on Tuesday, October 20,[...]

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OPRE releases two publications on rapid learning methods from Insight researchers

Insight is proud to collaborate with the Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation (OPRE) on its annual methods meeting, which explores critical topics in social science research methodology. OPRE recently released two publications from its 2018 meeting, authored by Insight researchers. Last year’s meeting on rapid learning methods featured a presentation by vice president Scott[...]

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Cross-Country Travel to Explore Experiences with HUD’s ConnectHome Initiative

High-speed internet access at home has become increasingly important to ensure educational opportunity for all children regardless of their economic status. Without this access, many students in low-income households face a “homework gap,” creating an uneven playing field in the classroom. The families themselves are often at a disadvantage in finding jobs, getting health information,[...]

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Service Members’ Perspectives on Issues Affecting Women in the Military

The Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services released its 2016 Focus Group Report, which Insight produced. The report highlights findings from discussions with hundreds of military Service members, and it will inform the Committee’s annual recommendations to the Secretary of Defense. Results cover many topics of interest, including perceptions of gender integration efforts,[...]

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