Kids Impact Initiative undertook a year-long research program examining ways to hold policymakers accountable for U.S. kids’ well-being. The results of this work include key findings, useful examples, and a model for accelerating accountability for kids, along with our recommendations for moving forward.
Kids Impact’s work developing and advocating for impact assessments grows directly from this research base.
“Policymaker Accountability for U.S. Kids’ Well-Being: Charting the Course & A Call to Action”: Executive Summary
“Policymaker Accountability for U.S. Kids’ Well-Being: Charting the Course & A Call to Action”: Full Report
Policymaker Accountability Accelerator Model: Report graphic
Twelve Types of Accountability Activities: Report graphic
See our accountability-related resources.
For more information, see Accountability.