The Nassau Guardian features Allison Karpyn’s research on increasing food prices in the Bahamas

Allison Karpyn’s Eleuthera study calls for food insecurity measures

CRESP Collaborates with DDA to Release Report Examining Delaware’s Farm and Food Needs

Reading Recovery: An Evaluation of the Four-Year i3 Scale-Up Report Released – March 2016

CRESP Receives $5 Million Grant to Study Research Use in Schools

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CRESP Receives USDA Grant to Evaluate Effectiveness of Incentives at Farmer’s Markets; Partners With Wholesome Wave to Make Locally Grown Food Available to Underserved Families

Watch Allison Karpyn Presenting Recent Efforts on Increasing Access to Healthy Food on Christiana Care’s Innovative Discoveries Series

UD Campus Voice Features Allison Karpyn Introducing CRESP 

Letter to the Editor by Ralph P. Ferretti, Director of the UD School of Education and Allison Karpyn, Associate Director of CRESP Published:

The Institute of Education Sciences – What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) has published a review of  the Reading Recovery Year One Report, 2011-12, by Henry May, Director of CRESP.  This report has been given the highest possible rating for a group design study reviewed by WWC.

Teacher Turnover Research Report by Richard Ingersoll and Henry May cited in Huffington Post article:

CRESP Director Henry May quoted and Reading Recovery Evaluation Report cited in Education Week article:

New USDA report explores healthy food incentives for SNAP users 

** Check out the recent Blog Post on the National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research’s (NCCOR) website:

**Tune in to Chicago’s WBEZ 91.5 Afternoon Shift to hear Associate Director Allison Karpyn, PhD share findings from the report “Approaches for Promoting Healthy Food Purchases by SNAP Participants”, available from the USDA:

Listen Here:

The plan for leveraging a nutrition labeling system and the incentive approaches for promoting
healthy choices described in this report were developed through a review of the literature, expert
consultation, and consideration of ongoing initiatives to help consumers make healthy choices in
the retail setting. Expert consultation served to further develop the operational details of potential
approaches and to identify challenges, barriers, and opportunities for the likely stakeholders of
each approach. The technical expert rankings identified a set of possible approaches that were
determined to be both feasible and have substantial potential for impact. From that list, the study
team, in consultation with FNS, selected six approaches to develop further. Each of the six
approaches was developed to include a full description of the theoretical framework,
implementation, and suggested adjunct supports. The study team sought additional input from a
midsized regional retailer and a small retailer to refine some of the technical features of these