Public Agenda
Slide 1

In Theory, Yes

What do educators of educators view as the roles and responsibilities of communities in education? This whitepaper summarizes observations from focus groups and interviews.

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Slide 2

Same World,
Different Worldviews

Use this discussion starter to explore how minimize conflict and improve relations between the evangelical and scientific communities.

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Slide 3

Policy Breakfast
with Maria Hinojosa

Award-winning journalist Maria Hinojosa speaks with Robert Siegel about immigration reform.

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Slide 4

Less Divided
than We Look

In response to a new study that suggests we are becoming a more polarized people, Will Friedman argues that the public may not be as divided as it seems.

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Slide 5

Rebooting Democracy

In a new blog, our co-founder Dan Yankelovich explores how social immobility is threatening democracy - and what we can do about it.

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REBOOTING DEMOCRACY

"Choice-Work" Tools

Citizens need an effective method for weighing the choices our country faces on tough issues, argues Dan Yankelovich.

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Public Agenda Alert

Three Ways Engagement Improves Relationships Between Residents and Public Officials

Deep, deliberative engagement, including the methods practiced by Public Agenda and the Participatory Budgeting Project, improves the relationship between public officials and their constituents in important ways.

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The Deborah Wadsworth Fund
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A life-long New Yorker, Deborah Wadsworth devoted her life to strengthening our nation through education, research, and civic engagement. Help us to continue this work by supporting The Deborah Wadsworth Fund.

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Public Agenda


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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