Measure of America

Description Measure of America (formerly known as The American Human Development Project) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit initiative established to introduce to the United States a well-honed international approach and tool for measuring human well-being: the human development approach and the human development index. The project's mission is to stimulate fact-based public debate about and political attention to human development issues in the United States and to empower people with an instrument to hold elected officials accountable for progress on issues we all care about: health, education, and income.
Related People Sarah Burd-Sharps, Co-Director
Kristen Lewis, Co-Director
Rebecca Rasch, Statistical Consultant
Contact Box 3838 Grand Central Station
New York, NY  10163
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Focus: Democracy, Development, Economy, Education, Gender, Health, Human Rights, Jobs, Poverty, United States, Americas

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