In the months preceding the 2016 presidential election, CUNY’s Baruch College held a series of election and debate events called Campaign’16 @Baruch.
Casco Bay High School uses Public Agenda guide to help design a day-long community dialogue event Following a racially-motivated incident outside of the school, faculty and administrators at Casco Bay … Read more
St. Louis, Missouri, is making a significant effort to engage area residents on a Regional Plan for Sustainable Development to revitalize the region. Public Agenda is taking part in this … Read more
Straight Talk/Street Talk: Possibilities for Dialogue Between Communities and the Police The relationship between communities and the police is often fraught with mutual distrust and skepticism. Our aim in this … Read more
Public engagement–in contrast to traditional school communications–was new to the superintendent and school board in San Jose, California in the 1990s, but they wanted to try it as a way … Read more
Biloxi: Beyond The Classroom The devastation of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita took an important but often overlooked toll on youth along the Gulf Coast. In addition to destroying homes, schools, … Read more
In the spring of 2004, the Nebraska State Board of Education was looking for a way to allow a cross-section of residents to weigh in on the recommendations they had … Read more
Public Engagement For Urban Planning And Disaster Recovery Money isn’t the only thing needed when a Gulf Coast town coping with the double disasters of a factory closing and the … Read more