Through the Hogan Lens: Data Matters
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Con served as a consultant and trainer both nationally and internationally with governments, public agencies, and communities. He assembled a powerful collection of data slides with more than a decade of population-level trend lines depicting the well-being of Vermont children, families, and communities dating from 1985 to 2003. We are in the process of working with staff and contractors from Vermont Insights-Building Bright Futures, the Center for the Study of Social Policy, Child Trends, and the Agency of Human Services to examine the data and, wherever possible, extend the original Hogan trend line data to 2015.
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