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Measuring the Use of Research Evidence: Four Challenges for the Field | William T. Grant Foundation

For those of us working to improve opportunities and outcomes for children, research can be an invaluable tool that supports the development of more effective policies and practices. Thus, research use becomes a central objective for many scholars, foundations, community organizations, and advocacy groups seeking to promote evidence-informed improvements. As efforts to bridge research and practice communities move forward, a key question is how best to measure research use in order to both understand current behaviors and assess the impact of efforts to increase use.

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