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Learning Agenda Questions Dashboard

Explore Agency Priority Evidence Needs

As required by the Evidence Act, Federal agencies recently published agency-wide Learning Agendas, or evidence-building plans. The plans include priority questions to address the most pressing evidence needs across agencies. This dashboard compiles those questions in one place so that you can easily explore where evidence is most needed.

Search Federal Agencies' Learning Agenda Questions

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