Students Affected by Incarceration
Learn about the impact of incarcerated parents on students.
Homelessness in Minnesota
Wilder's latest statewide study counted 10,214 homeless adults, youth, and children -- a 6 percent increase over the previous study.
Early Learning
More than one-third of Minnesota’s children age 5 and under – 156,000 children -- live in low-income households.
Mental Health Research
About 60,000 adults in the east metro have a serious mental health illness.

Wilder Research

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Wilder Research gathers and interprets facts and trends to help families and communities thrive, get at the core of community concerns, and uncover issues that are overlooked or poorly understood.
Our Services: We work with organizations of all sizes at the local, state, and national level to help them bring about needed change, increase their effectiveness, and demonstrate the value of what they do.

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Prospective Return on Investment of the Northside Achievement Zone
New study from Wilder Research projects a societal gain of $6.12 for every dollar invested in the Northside Achievement Zone (NAZ)—an organization dedicated to closing the achievement gap in North Minneapolis.
 
This handout accompanied a presentation at the Minnesota Evaluation Studies Institute Spring Training 2015.
 
On any given day, more than 1.75 million children in the U.S. under the age of 18 have a parent in prison according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Learn how a new collaborative is working to support these children. Save the date: May 12 – The Collaborative is hosting a forum on chemical health among youth with incarcerated parents. Learn more.

 

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General information: 651-280-2700 or email research@wilder.org