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Public Agenda at 40 Years!

2015 is a milestone year for Public Agenda, one we hope you’ll celebrate with us!

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The Deborah Wadsworth Fund

Public Agenda is pleased to announce a new partnership with WNYC on the inaugural project for the Deborah Wadsworth Fund.

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Charter Schools In Perspective

A joint effort by Public Agenda and the Spencer Foundation to enlighten and improve the conversation about charter schools in the United States

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How Much
Will It Cost?

As Americans shoulder more health care costs, our new research suggest they are hungry for more and better price information.

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Participatory Budgeting
Research

Communities across the U.S. and Canada experiment with participatory budgeting, a way for residents to decide together how to spend part of a local budget.

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How Can We Ensure That All Children Have Excellent Educators?

This discussion guide helps educators work through equal access to excellent teachers.

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Public Agenda Alert

Polling the Public

Will Friedman and Carolin Hagelskamp join Brian Lehrer on his show to talk about a joint survey from Public Agenda and WNYC.

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ON THE AGENDA

Paying for Quality over Quantity in Health Care: Why the Public Ought to Be Engaged

Engaging hospitals and doctors is crucial to making payment reform work for Medicare, and to proving to private insurers that it can work for them too. It's to policymakers' advantage to include patients in the conversation about payment reform as well.

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The Deborah Wadsworth Fund
Donate Today

With your support, Public Agenda can do even more to strengthen democracy and improve people’s lives. Please support any of our three funds: The Wadsworth Fund, the 40/90 Fund; and The Yankelovich Center.

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THE PUBLIC AGENDA WAY

Through nonpartisan research and public engagement, we provide the insights, tools and support people need to build common ground and make progress on divisive issues.

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