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2007 Confidence and Caution: Arizonans' Trust in Police
2006 Skepticism, "Fixability," or Just a Day's Work - How Arizona Law Enforcement Officers Approach Domestic Violence Cases (Criminal Justice brief Volume 2)
2006 Same Rules, Different Results: A Look at How Arizona Domestic Violence Convictions Vary by County (Criminal Justice brief Volume 1)
2005 How Arizona Compares - Real Numbers and Hot Topics
(Arizona Policy Choices 2005)
2003 Life Options Blueprint - Prepared by Morrison Institute for Civic Ventures, Libraries for the Future, and The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust
2002 Four Scenarios of Arizona's Future: Aging, Health and the Capacity to Care
("Coming of Age" project) or read the full Coming of Age research report from St. Luke's Health Initiatives
2000 On Track with Phoenix Early Head Start: Final Evaluation Report
2000 Phoenix Early Head Start: Twelve Family Stories, Final Chapter
2000 On Track with Phoenix Early Head Start: 1998-1999 Evaluation Report
(Full Report or Executive Summary)
1999 Phoenix Early Head Start: Twelve Family Stories - Year Two
1999 On Track with Phoenix Early Head Start: 1997-1998 Evaluation Report
(Full Report or Executive Summary)
1998 Head Start Public School Transition Final Evaluation Report*
1998 Phoenix Violence Prevention Initiative Phase II Report
(Full Report or Summary of Initiatives)
1998 Phoenix Early Head Start: An Introduction to Twelve Family Stories
1998 On Track with Phoenix Early Head Start: 1996-97 Evaluation Report*
1998 The State of Arizona's Children: 1997 (Kids Count)*
distributed by the Children's Action Alliance
1997 Phoenix Violence Prevention Initiative: Phase I Framework and Report
1997 Hitting Home: Voices of Domestic Violence
1997 Head Start Goes to School: 1995-96 Evaluation Report
1997 Final Report: Evaluation of the Phoenix Anti-Gang Initiative*
1997 A Snapshot of Homeless People in Phoenix: Phoenix Health Care for the Homeless Coalition's 1996 Survey Data
1997 Arizona Head Start for Homeless Children and Families Project: 1995-1996 Evaluation
1996 Phoenix Early Head Start: Evaluation Report 1995-1996*
1995 Arizona Head Start for Homeless Children and Families Project: 1994-1995 Evaluation
1995 Case Studies for the Arizona Head Start-Public School Transition Project [three studies]
1995 Learn and Serve America: K-12 Handbook for Program Self-Evaluation and Reporting
1995 Comprehensive Injury Surveillance System: What Are the Issues?
1995 Service Learning and Community Service [three policy briefs]
1994 Students Serving Arizona: 1994 Serve America Evaluation Report
1994 Community Service in Arizona Schools: A State of the State Report
1994 Linking Schools and Health Services: An Arizona View
1994 Head Start Goes to School: Arizona Head Start Public School Transition Project, 1993-1994
1994 Kids Count Factbook: Arizona's Children 1994 [report & executive summary]
1994 Arizona's Child and Adolescent Injury Databook
1993 Community Service and Service Learning in Arizona: 1993 Serve America [evaluation report & summary]
1993 Linking Community Service and "At Risk" Education [policy brief]
1993 Arizona Head Start Transition Project: Comprehensive Services and the Public Schools [policy brief]
1993 Participatory Management Emphasizing Quality: A Viable Alternative for American Corporations and Schools? [policy brief]
1993 Head Start Goes to School: Report for the Arizona Head Start Public School Transition Project,
1992-1993
1993 Sights Unseen: Children's Issues in Rural Arizona [four policy briefs]
1993 Child and Adolescent Injury Surveillance Issues: A Feasibility Study
1992 "Project Pride" External Evaluation of Outcomes
1992 Kids Count Factbook: Arizona's Children 1992
1992 The State of Arizona's Children: Action Agenda 1992
*special distribution or out of print


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