2014

Measure of America’s A Portrait of California 2014–2015

 December 10, 2014 — The California Endowment

Whites Earn Twice as Much as Latinos in L.A.

December 10, 2014 — LA Weekly

Latinos Get Lowest “Well-Being” Score In California

December 9, 2014BuzzFeedNews

Measuring Human Progress

December 9, 2014Stanford Social Innovation Review

Arizona Organizations Work To Reduce The Number Of Disconnected Youth In The Valley

December 3, 2014KJZZ

Dec. 15-16 Presentation: “The Measure of America Approach to Gauging Well-Being and Opportunity in the United States”

December 15-16, 2014 — from 15:00 to 17:30, Measure of America Chief Statistician Patrick Guyer will be at Kansai University in Osaka, presenting Measure of America’s work on conceptualizing and applying well-being gauges at the community level. Several local well-being projects in Japan are being spearheaded with the advice of Kansai University Professor Takayoshi Kusago, who will be moderating this discussion. Contact us for more information on this event.

Data Tools for Policymaking: The Opportunity Index

November 18, 2014The Progressive Pulse, North Carolina Policy Watch

ICAN Addressing Homeless Youth Education in Chandler

November 17, 2014The Arizona Republic

Nov. 19 Presentation: “Beyond GDP – Measuring Human Progress and Well-Being in the United States”

November 19, 2014 — from 4:30 to 6:00 PM, at 142 Goldwin Smith Hall, Measure of America co-director Kristen Lewis will speak at Cornell University. She is being hosted by the Cornell University Center for the Study of Inequality. She will present Measure of America’s exploration of well-being and opportunity in the United States using the American Human Development Index, a composite index comprised of indicators on health, education, and living standards. Measure of America is the only source of life expectancy calculations for different racial and ethnic groups as well as for states and for smaller populations within states in the U.S. today.

Zane Delivers Health Action Report to Rohnert Park

November 7, 2014The Community Voice