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To better understand recent trends at U.S. Navy public shipyards, RAND researchers explore how shipyard work is changing, whether more personnel are now required to perform it, and what risks shipyards may wish to address through additional hiring.
May 2, 2017
Jessie Riposo, Michael McMahon, James Kallimani, Daniel Tremblay
The Army must monitor Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) units to ensure that it attracts and commissions highly-qualified officers. Two new strategic planning tools can help the Army to evaluate and choose ROTC hosts and affiliates.
May 2, 2017
Nelson Lim, Bruce R. Orvis, Abigail Haddad, Christopher Maerzluft, Kenneth Kuhn, Henu Zhao, Sung-Bou Kim
This issue highlights recent RAND research on suicide prevention; on the scope of the humanitarian and security crisis in the Mediterranean region; and on what RAND is doing to improve the security and well-being of people throughout the Middle East.
This perspective explores ways in which states can be more strategic about the allocation of funds for and within quality rating and improvement systems to achieve their goals of expanding access to and improving the quality of ECE programs.
May 1, 2017
Jill Cannon, Gail L. Zellman, Lynn A. Karoly, Heather L. Schwartz
This final report on MOOCs and free digital learning opportunities for migrants and refugees is a modest and explorative contribution to better understandingthe challenges and opportunities for developing digitally-enabled solutions to tackle educational access and learning possibilities for the recent influx of refugees and migrants in Europe.