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Reshaping Adolescents’ Gender Attitudes: Encouraging Students to Discuss Gender Equality in the Classroom
A series of interactive classroom discussions about gender equality over two and a half years increased students’ support for gender equality and led students to enact more gender-equitable behavior in the state of Haryana, India.
Around the world, vast amounts of data are now being digitally collected or stored, which creates tremendous opportunities to transform lives through better social policies. Using these data sets in creative and innovative ways to evaluate programs and therefore improve outcomes is a vital step toward making significant progress in the fight against poverty worldwide.
In Uganda, an incentivized community health promoter program increased health care access, knowledge, and health-promoting behaviors among households, leading to a 27 percent reduction in child mortality.
963 evaluaciones en curso y terminados en 83 países
@shom_mazumder We have 17 case studies (& more to come) outlined here: https://t.co/zlaoWdh0g8 along with six commo…...
.@rglenner & K. Takavarasha's Running Randomized Evaluations is a great intro guide to impact evaluation.… https://t.co/H6xoVyfEir
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Providing voters with report cards on politicians’ performance in office increases vote-shares for better-performin… https://t.co/M4Jh0Yec1Q
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- Great interview with J-PAL Education sector chair Karthik Muralidharan on the importance of research and learning for evidence-informed policy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYenkvqGwDY 1 hour 44 min ago.
- Curious about the new blended Master's in Data, Economics, and Development Policy? Learn firsthand from Lovemore Mawere, a member of the first incoming class, about why he chose our program and his journey from Zimbabwe to MIT in a guest post on our blog: j-p.al/0a4ab 5 days 1 hour ago.
- We are excited to welcome the first cohort of the new Master’s in Data, Economics, and Development Policy to MIT this January! Twenty-one exceptional students from across the world will build upon their #MicroMasters credentials with in-person classes, internships, and capstone projects. https://j-p.al/50dc3 5 days 21 hours ago.
- Great video from Community Jameel on our long-term partnership and how we approach our work. 1 week 18 hours ago.
- J-PAL 101x: Evaluating Social Programs starts July 2nd, but there's still time to register! In this five-week FREE online course you'll learn why we use randomized evaluations and gain step-by-step training on how impact evaluations are conducted from renowned MIT faculty and J-PAL affiliated professors. Register today: https://www.edx.org/course/evaluating-social-programs-2 3 weeks 20 hours ago.