The National Council on Crime and Delinquency announced three projects to study the feasibility of pay-for-success (PFS) projects in Connecticut, California and Wisconsin. PFS projects shift the burden of social investmentGet the rest of the story by subscribing to The Chronicle of Social Change We are a nonprofit, solution-based daily news site devoted to child welfare, juvenile justice, and other youth services. Our subscribers get access to expert analysis, insider news, grants and funder profiles. Click here to subscribe> (or log in now if you already have a subscription). Still not sure? Check out our FAQs.> If you'd like to purchase a group subscription or need to be invoiced, just send an email to email@example.com. Tags: Californiachild welfareConnecticutjuvenile justiceMilwaukeeNational Council on Crime and Delinquencynew havenoutcomespay for successResearch NewsSan Diegosocial financingsocial impactstudyviolenceWisconsin — John Kelly John Kelly is senior editor for The Chronicle of Social Change.