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Actually showing that poor families are better off because of the work you do is not easy. Readers will find a Casey case history that shows how Results-Based Accountability (RBA) does it along with RBA definitions, timelines, leadership spotlights, lessons learned, practical tips and proven advice for creating a results-driven culture.
Establishing systems that allow state child welfare and educational agencies to share critical data about children is no small task. A new guide outlines areas of collaboration critical to integrating data to improve the lives of vulnerable children.
The first cohort of the Children’s Health Leadership Network program has concluded with improvements for children’s health across the 14 states of its participants, from greater access to child health insurance coverage and health and wellness services to expanded health-related treatment and programs.
Feeding America, a nationwide network of food banks, has launched a major multiyear initiative to address the root causes of hunger. This groundbreaking work calls for new leadership skills and strategies, which is why Feeding America has turned to the Annie E. Casey Foundation to provide training in results-based leadership.
The report, JDAI at 25 draws on data from 2008 through 2016 and finds that — when it comes to detention use — sites that have participated in Casey's Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative are unequivocally better off today than they were before the initiative began 25 years ago.
This results report draws on eight years of data from Casey’s Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative. It tells how participating sites have achieved significant and — in many cases — long-lasting reductions in rates of juvenile incarceration and juvenile crime.