You can't take politics out of education, admits James P. Comer, but you can make changes to those policies that will be helpful to children.
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Hortensia Amaro explains how researchers can help participants become advocates and affect policy.
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Delivering research findings to policymakers is one way to disseminate your work, states Mary Ann McCabe.
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Kenneth Dodge discusses his experiences working with communities and organizations.
Persistence and evidence are the keys to reaching policymakers, explains James P. Comer.
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Different approaches are required when speaking to policymakers and journalists, states Laurence Steinberg.
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James P. Comer explains that teaching policymakers how to understand research results is essential.
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Giving policymakers a scenario might help them understand your position, suggests Barbara J. Guthrie.
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Learning to talk to parents and policymakers about normative development is a valuable skill, reports Mary Ann McCabe.
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Hortensia Amaro provides practical advice for investigators who are hoping to influence policymakers.
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Mary Ann McCabe says that policymakers need clarity from researchers.
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Forming Relationships with Community Leaders
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