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SSI Youth Formative Research Project: Considerations for Identifying Promising and Testable Interventions

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  • Todd Honeycutt
  • David Wittenburg
  • Kelli Crane
  • Michael Levere
  • Richard Luecking
  • David Stapleton

Abstract

This report identifies promising interventions that could assist youth with disabilities.

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  • Todd Honeycutt & David Wittenburg & Kelli Crane & Michael Levere & Richard Luecking & David Stapleton, "undated". "SSI Youth Formative Research Project: Considerations for Identifying Promising and Testable Interventions," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 7a497b409e9545eb8d73585ba, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:7a497b409e9545eb8d73585ba83f2de3
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