structured decision making
Child Welfare

Why Structure Decisions in Child Welfare?

Child protection workers have a challenging job. They make vital decisions every day, often based on limited information gathered in difficult circumstances. Education, ongoing training, and experience are essential. However, a wealth of research has shown that intuition isn’t the best guide for complex decisions. […]

No Picture
Research News

Alex Busansky Leaves National Council on Crime and Delinquency to Start New Organization

National Council on Crime and Delinquency President Alex Busansky has left the organization after five years to start a new entity called Impact Justice. Busansky announced the move late last week on his personal Twitter […]

Youth Services Insider logo
Featured

PFS Watch: What Winning Federal Grant Applications Tell us about Pay for Success

Social Innovation Center Director Patrick Lester has produced an analysis of the winning “pay for success” (PFS) projects funded by the federal Social Innovation Fund (SIF), under the umbrella of the Corporation for National and […]