If You Build It, They Will Come: New Evidence on Latino Families’ Use of Early Care and Education

High quality pre-kindergarten programs can provide sizable benefits for young children and families. For Hispanic families, early education can have strong effects on children's school readiness, according to new research.

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What We've Learned So Far About Expanding Pre-K

Abt Associates' ongoing evaluation of Massachusetts' federal Preschool Expansion Grant offers timely insights about how to implement high-quality preschool through public-private collaborations.

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Abt Bites Back: World Malaria Day 2017

Thanks to investments by USAID, the U.S. President's Malaria Initiative, and the Global Fund in vector control, diagnosis and prevention treatment, Abt Associates has a played a major role in reducing the burden of malaria.

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Fighting the Bite in Kenya: What We’ve Learned About Malaria Control

Malaria remains the leading cause of hospitalization and death in Kenya, despite being an entirely preventable and treatable disease. Here's how indoor residual spraying is making a difference.

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Regional Trade Stabilizes West Africa’s Food Supply. How Do We Make It Work Better?

Staple commodity trade across West Africa is the golden key to food security and economic security in one of the world's poorest corners. How can we grow and professionalize this trade in West Africa?

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What Does Homelessness in the U.S. Really Look Like?

Can we believe our perceptions of homelessness based on what we see on the streets? A decade of research provides a definitive answer: no.

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