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Are You a Student Who Attended #2015APPAM?

Are You A Student Who Attended #2015APPAM?

There were several sessions, event and resources designed to help you network and learn, see the coverage here.

2015 APPAM Exemplar Award Winner Rebecca Blank

2015 APPAM Exemplar Award Winner Rebecca Blank

Rebecca delivered a lecture entitiled, "Managing Big Public Institutions: Stories from the Front Lines" at the APPAM Membership and Awards Lunch. View the coverage here.

Big Data Workshop

Big Data and Public Policy Pre-Conference Workshop

Visit the conference page to view slides and download the papers presented during the Big Data Workshop.

Sessions Streaming

Streamed Sessions at APPAM's 2015 Fall Research Conference

During the 2015 Fall Research Conference, APPAM streamed three symposia presentations. Register now and get the video on demand. !



Monday, November 24, 2014
The Civil Rights Act and the War on Poverty: 50 Years Later served as a forum to discuss the legacies of arguably two of the most important legislative and policy agendas of the past half century.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
As a Master’s student, I was very happy to see the new Data Analytics Track at the APPAM Fall Research Conference this year. In my program at the Bloustein School for Planning and Public Policy, students have the option to concentrate their studies in a number of different areas. One of the least favorite for many of the students is the Methods track, the track that focus strongly on quantitative and qualitative analysis.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
I am not exactly sure when it happened, based on stories from friends and families, I would guess sometime in the past 50 years, Americans began to place the onus of education solely on teachers. By placing the responsibility education solely on teachers, we remove the burden from parents, friends, communities, and anyone else who actively participates in children’s lives.
Monday, November 17, 2014
No, yes, and kind of. Policy makers, researchers, and educators all have vested interest in education for students, but they are struggling to identify how secondary education can be improved to impart college and career readiness. Ultimately, the research presented during this panel demonstrated the complexities involved with increasing student outcomes.


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