Actionable Intelligence: Using Integrated Data Systems to by John Fantuzzo, Dennis P. Culhane

By John Fantuzzo, Dennis P. Culhane

Multifaceted social difficulties like catastrophe reduction, homelessness, future health care, and educational fulfillment gaps can't be competently addressed with remoted and disconnected public carrier organisations. The Actionable Intelligence for Social coverage version addresses the constraints to conventional techniques to American public management.

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501). FERPA has similar provisions, indicating that such studies must serve an administrative need of the educational agency, including for the purposes of developing, validating, or administering predictive tests, administering student aid programs, and improving instruction. C. § 1232g(b)(1)(D)). Scientific Integrity Cooperative agreements providing for legal access to integrated data serve as the necessary foundation for agencies, organizations, and researchers to handle the integrated data with scientific integrity.

This is valuable information that can distinguish between factors that appear to contribute to a higher or lower risk of the problem occurring in a population. Investigators can use this information to identify risk and protective factors that occur naturally in the populations and that would be instrumental in constructing a theory of change and informing the development of effective interventions. Implementing and Evaluating Interventions The data > dialogue process is validated as useful only when it helps create a theory of change and provides evidence leading to effective intervention—the “do” part of the AI cycle.

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