University of California at Berkeley

For Support Of The Counting Women's Work Project

Overview
This grant will support efforts to make women’s economic lives more visible by creating cross-national databases to measure economic flows by age and gender, including the value of unpaid care and housework. In the first phase of the Counting Women’s Work project, local research teams from 15 countries completed the analytical work. During this grant period, the project will expand to more countries, and deepen research and policy outreach efforts. Outreach activities will include regional engagement such as presentations at the African Union, publication in peer-reviewed journals, and dissemination and communications events with global partners.
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Grants to this Grantee
for big city district and university social studies professional learning community  
UC Berkeley, in partnership with Loyola University Chicago, is facilitating the Big City Social Studies Group, a collective of large city school districts and university partners that meet regularly to address common challenges in the teaching of social studies in K-12 schools. This grant will support the development of internal capacity to formalize membership, establish protocols, collaboratively identify strategic projects, and publicly communicate learnings. The group will examine large urban district social studies departments’ and university partners’ current and future directions as they seek to create a model of networked expertise and district-university partnerships that can influence the broader field of social studies education. (Substrategy: Sustainable Systems)
for a joint initiative to explore inclusion in global development research  
The East Africa Social Science Translation Collaborative enables East African researchers to conduct impact evaluations of social and economic programs, generating evidence for public policymaking. Researchers receive fellowships and grants from the Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA) at the University of California at Berkeley to carry out field studies, build capacity in African universities, and engage with governments. This supplemental grant will enable CEGA to work with African researchers and research institutions to encourage equitable partnerships between scholars across continents. Its aim is to change norms and practices across the field, not just in its own work. (Strategy: Evidence-Informed Policymaking)
for support of a research practice partnership  
The University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Education is one of 14 schools and colleges at the University of California, Berkeley specializing in teacher, leader, and doctoral student training. This grant will support a research practice partnership between the school and the Oakland Unified School District to address a suite of equity issues throughout the district with the goal of advancing student achievement. (Substrategy: Educator Capacity)

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