Evidence in Action: Implementing Evidence-Based Policymaking

Every day we see strategies that are working and delivering results in a rapidly changing world. This Evidence in Action blog series highlights the voices of social innovation organizations to highlight effective interventions in communities across the country and evidence-based policy and practice leaders to elevate both the results-driven solutions being advanced to help solve our most pressing social problems and to describe the evidence-based federal programs that are critical to developing and scaling effective human and social services.

Today we will hear from Urban Institute, a nonpartisan research organization, about why asking the right questions and using the right evaluation approach is needed to engage in evidence-based policymaking. Why don’t governments implement Evidence-based best practices? was originally published on Urban Institute’s PFS Perspectives blog.

This post is part of America Forward’s Evidence in Action blog series. Follow along on Twitter with #EvidenceinAction and catch up on the series here.

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