Evidence for Action (E4A) funds research evaluating the population health, wellbeing, and racial equity impacts of programs, policies, and practices. What We're Learning is a repository of media pieces, research articles, presentations, reports, and other materials highlighting E4A supported research and findings. Sort by topic or resource type.
Long-term impacts from the first universal, publicly funded preschool program in the United States during World War II support contemporary efforts to expand funding for today’s early learning environments, focus on social emotional as well as academic development, and attention to increasing pre
The dashboard provides background information on SEED, as well as initial findings and information on how participants are using the funds they receive as part of the guaranteed income pilot.
This study evaluates multiple factors associated with Tobacco 21 (T21) policy adoption in the U.S. from 2015 to 2019 before the nationwide adoption of T21 to identify disparities between regions that adopted the policy and those that did not.
Exploring the impacts of various types of messaging (narratives, simple propolicy, and a combination of the two), the authors found that messages could backfire and inadvertently lead to a diminished support from state legislators.
Housing First, a supportive housing program, increased office-based care for psychiatric diagnoses, decreased emergency department visits, and increased access to prescription medication.
When clients receive food assistance one month and then skip the following month, some might assume that this is because the food assistance has fulfilled its intended mission and that the household who did not show up to receive food is no longer in need of emergency assistance.