The role of private foundations in the evidence-based policy movement is extensive and significant. Foundations have been shifting their focus from the general government to supporting more state and local levels. Robert C. Granger explores the evolving nature of foundations and provides examples to place the change in context.
Robert C. Granger is the former president of the William T. Grant Foundation and a member of the Center’s Advisory Committee.
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Citation: Granger, R. (July 2018). The Roles Foundations are Playing in the Evidence-Based Policy Movement. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 678(1), 145-154.