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APPAM Fall 2022 Conference: SNAP Administrative Burdens Presentation

2022-11-28T09:45:26-05:00

By Stephanie Walsh In the context of governmental services, administrative burdens refer to the costs and barriers experienced by individuals. When burdens are high, the costs associated with benefit of public goods or services hinder accessibility. Past research has identified administrative burdens throughout the public sector – in public benefits, the justice system, healthcare, and [...]

APPAM Fall 2022 Conference: SNAP Administrative Burdens Presentation2022-11-28T09:45:26-05:00

Case Study Release: Parents and Students’ Perceptions of the CCOG and GSG

2022-11-22T07:40:41-05:00

By Elisabeth Kim, Ph.D., Bernard Lombardi, Ph.D., and Robyn Ince, Ed.M. The Newark City of Learning Collaborative (NCLC) and the Joseph C. Cornwall Center for Metropolitan Studies at Rutgers University-Newark are working in partnership with the New Jersey State Policy Lab [...]

Case Study Release: Parents and Students’ Perceptions of the CCOG and GSG2022-11-22T07:40:41-05:00

Heat or Eat? The Low-Income Home Energy Distribution Program (LIHEAP) and Its Implications for New Jersey

2022-11-30T14:45:30-05:00

By Josephine O'Grady. The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance program (LIHEAP) is a federal block grant program that assists low-income families with the cost of paying their utility bills in areas including extreme heat and cold, household revisions to improve energy efficiency [...]

Heat or Eat? The Low-Income Home Energy Distribution Program (LIHEAP) and Its Implications for New Jersey2022-11-30T14:45:30-05:00

Modernization of the Public Sector: Evaluating Technology and Teleworking Initiatives in New Jersey State Agencies

2022-11-30T14:49:08-05:00

By Leonor Camarena, Ph.D. Modernizing the Public Sector Workforce In January 2022, Gallup released a list of seven workplace insights and takeaways from employees following the height of the pandemic during 2021. The key themes across the seven workplace insights are the importance of managerial support, workplace flexibility, and overall employee well-being. The “Great Resignation,” [...]

Modernization of the Public Sector: Evaluating Technology and Teleworking Initiatives in New Jersey State Agencies2022-11-30T14:49:08-05:00

Report Release: Equitable Property Acquisitions to Enhance Climate Resilience

2022-11-30T14:49:49-05:00

With support from the New Jersey State Policy Lab, the New Jersey Climate Change Resource Center Climate Corps conducted research to better understand how flood buyback and managed retreat programs are organized and administered nationwide.  Today, we are releasing the report, Leading Practices for Proactive & Equitable Property Acquisitions to Enhance Climate Resilience: A Report [...]

Report Release: Equitable Property Acquisitions to Enhance Climate Resilience2022-11-30T14:49:49-05:00

2022 New Jersey Climate Survey – Rutgers-Eagleton Poll Results

2022-11-30T14:50:07-05:00

As we mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, and more than a year since Hurricane Ida, the vast majority of New Jerseyans (78 percent) believe the Earth’s climate is changing and consider changing climate conditions to be a serious threat to New Jersey (72 percent), according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton poll. The 2022 New [...]

2022 New Jersey Climate Survey – Rutgers-Eagleton Poll Results2022-11-30T14:50:07-05:00

New Jersey State Policy Lab Visits New Jersey State House & Legislators

2022-10-31T12:55:06-04:00

Last week, the New Jersey State Policy Lab hosted a meet and greet presentation at the New Jersey State House. This event was an opportunity for NJSPL researchers to present their findings to state legislators and discuss what future work can be done to best assist the state with policy research. We give thanks to [...]

New Jersey State Policy Lab Visits New Jersey State House & Legislators2022-10-31T12:55:06-04:00

Assessing Pre- and Post-Pandemic School Staffing Changes in New Jersey

2022-10-26T15:36:33-04:00

By Maia de la Calle Pandemic-related school closures posed several challenges to students and their families, including learning losses, adverse socioemotional and mental health outcomes, and food insecurity. The pandemic and associated school closures also negatively impacted educators; they rapidly had to adjust their instructional models to fit remote learning. These changes in instruction practices, [...]

Assessing Pre- and Post-Pandemic School Staffing Changes in New Jersey2022-10-26T15:36:33-04:00
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