Unique Framework Helps Louisiana Community Prioritize Its Investments in Children and Families

by M. Rebecca Kilburn, Shannon Maloney

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The Community Foundation of Shreveport-Bossier selected education, health, and poverty as the focus for funding related to children and families. The Foundation asked RAND to help further narrow the priorities, and this framework helps the Foundation prioritize investments by identifying the intersection of local needs, community assets, and evidence-based best practices.

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