Child Trends What Works database
Posted by Child Trends on February 9, 2015
Child Trends offers database on children’s services
Child Trends has created the What Works searchable database of more than 700 social interventions for children.
What Works includes descriptions of rigorously evaluated programs targeted at improving child or youth outcomes. Programs must have had at least one randomized, intent-to-treat evaluation (i.e., everyone was assigned by lottery to the treatment or experimental group and all were included in the analysis of impacts, whether or not they actually participated or were served).
Users can search the database by program population, outcome, approach, or a combination of these.
To view the database, go here.
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