Studies on the Use of Research Evidence in Policy and Practice Affecting

Funding Source: 
William T. Grant Foundation
Type of Funding: 
Thursday, January 3, 2013
600 000
Award Ceiling: 
600 000
Award Floor: 
100 000
Employees of nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply.

The William T. Grant Foundation seeks to fund high-quality empirical research with the goal of improving the lives of youth between 8 and 25 years of age in the United States. Support will be provided for empirical theory-building studies of what affects policy makers' and practitioners' acquisition, interpretation, and use of research evidence. The foundation is interested in policy and practice directly relevant to youth in the U.S. Areas of focus can include education, juvenile justice, child welfare, health, family support, employment, mental health, and youth programs.

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