Monthly Archives: July 2013

Results of VT GPI study out today

Made available by Jon D. Erickson Attached is a summary of our latest and greatest estimates the Vermont Genuine Progress Indicator. Eric Zencey and I presented to Vermont’s Government Accountability Committee today as a pre-release of the full report out … Continue reading

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EdWeek Update: When Bad Things Happen to Good NAEP Data

The top story in this week’s Education Week Update “When Bad Things Happen to Good NAEP Data.” It is a very insightful article that illustrates a number of things including the need for 101 statistics.  

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GPI and Gund press

Here’s a recent article in the Burlington Free Press about GPI. http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2013306300009&nclick_check=1 How could we capitalize on the momentum that’s building in U.S. states? Also, this article highlights an area of interest: ” What impact GPI will have on policy … Continue reading

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