Two experts offer new insights on Evaluative Thinking, a set of habits that helps leaders make sound judgments using good evidence.
A study of The Duke Endowment's foster care grantmaking from 2006 to 2015 recommends that the Endowment continue to invest in and refine its efforts to help children who've been placed outside of their familial homes.
Grantees offer positive reviews of their relationships with The Duke Endowment, but grant reporting can be improved.
New grant will help rural churches seek deeper engagement with their communities.
President Rhett Mabry announces an exciting new emphasis from The Duke Endowment on early childhood issues.
How do we equip our communities to support children, youth, and families, using the best available science?