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Susan Paddock Announced as 2022 Chair-Elect of American Statistical Association Council of Sections Governing Board
Dionne Price Elected 2023 ASA President
Q&A: This new study could help build the case for Chicago’s universal pre-K expansion
U.S. Healthcare Is So Trash This Game’s Localization Needed Changing
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New Report Finds Link Between Arts Engagement and Positive Community Outcomes
Are Rising Crime Rates a Blip or a Longer-Term Concern?
New online resource offers services for older adults, caregivers during public health emergencies
Survey Highlights Unequal U.S. Health Care System
As Homicides Surge, Biden Presses for More Gun Control Action
AARP, research group NORC create Foresight 50+ to survey older adults
New Online Library Connects Organizations to 300 Resources that Can Help Older Adults and Their Caregivers During Emergencies Like COVID-19
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New online library connects organizations to 300 resources that can help older adults and their caregivers during emergencies like COVID-19
WBEZ Segment on Increasing Access to Pre-kingergarten Enrollment
NORC at The University Of Chicago and AARP Launch Foresight 50+, the Largest High-Quality Survey Panel of Older Adults
Why Floridians over 50 are turning to social media app Clubhouse
Policies that increased access to full-day pre-k in Chicago Public Schools created a pathway to higher math test scores and grades for most second graders