This grant to the RAND Corporation will support the ongoing development of a conceptual framework that explains the complex and interconnected problems in the cybersecurity field including legal, regulatory, market, and social constructs. This framework would allow those in the private sector, government, and academia, as well as computer users, to understand how their needs and perspectives fit into a broader ecosystem (both domestically and internationally).
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for support of the American School District Panel survey
RAND Corporation is a research organization that develops solutions to public policy challenges to help make communities throughout the world safer, more secure, healthier, and more prosperous. RAND Education and Labor conducts research on early childhood through postsecondary education programs, workforce development, and programs and policies affecting workers, entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and decision making. This grant will support the American School District Panel, the first and only standing survey panel of school district leaders in the U.S., with over 1,000 superintendents. (Strategy: K-12 Teaching and Learning)
for an evaluation of the cognitive rigor of domestic and international student assessment tests