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Early Intervention System Equity Analysis

The mission of the Center for Equity and Excellence is to create inclusive  environments and to ensure equity and social justice at all levels of society. The Center is examining issues of equity within the early intervention system for the Multnomah Early Childhood Program. Brodsky Research is currently leading the following activities to contribute to this work:

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Navajo Nation Market Rate Survey

The Navajo Nation Division of Social Services, Department of Child Care and Development, in Window Rock, Arizona, supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance and promotes children’s learning by improving the quality of early child care, edcation, and afterschool programs at child care centers located throughout the reservation. In addition, registered and certified

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Gunnison and Hinsdale Counties Early Childhood Workforce Investments Analysis

The Gunnison–Hinsdale Early Childhood Council’s Elevate the Workforce program expands supports to the early childhood workforce in Gunnison County and Hinsdale County in Colorado through two initiatives. The first initiative provides paid sick leave to early childhood teachers in Gunnison and Hinsdale Counties in licensed care facilities, including home providers who do not currently receive paid sick leave benefits. The second initiative provides a stipend to early childhood teachers based on their

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Colorado Universal Preschool Program Per-Child Rate Formula Development

Colorado HB22-1295 established the Colorado Universal Preschool Program to provide expanded services for the state’s young children. Beginning fall 2023, the program will include access to preschool services for all children in the year preceding kindergarten; preschool for all 3- and 4-year-old children with disabilities; as well as additional services for preschool-aged children who meet qualifying factors, including income eligibility. Brodsky Research developed a per-child rate funding formula for Colorado’s Department of Human Services

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How To Buy An Election: Machine Learning to Predict Election Results

The Federal Election Prediction Model predicts U.S. House of Representatives election results using advanced machine learning algorithms. The analysis predicts the number of votes a candidate will receive in a given election cycle, taking into account campaign contributions and “dark money” spent on behalf of a candidate; candidate characteristics such as political party and incumbency status;

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Denver Preschool Program Access and Capacity Study

BRC led a study to evaluate access and capacity for preschool in Denver. The study, which was sponsored by the Denver Preschool Program (DPP)  examined availability of licensed preschool slots throughout the city, and yielded a need index which represented the ratio of preschool-age population to preschool slots in each census tract in Denver. In

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