Category Archives: Public Education

With Nate Silver’s Election Prediction Launch a Couple of Days Ago, Its a Good Time to Think About Statistics, Predictions, Triage, and Education for Public Policy

Nate’s 2016 polls-only prediction is that Clinton has an 77.6% chance of winning. For those of us who talk about how triage is critical, his methodology page is well worth some attention. It is highly sophisticated, and reminds us just … Continue reading

Posted in Budget Issues, Funding, Medical System Comparision, Metrics, Outcome Measures, Public Education, Research and Evalation, Series: Outcome Measures, Systematic Change, Technology, Transparency, Triage | 1 Comment

The Pop-Up Book to Educate Kids (and Others) About The Courts

I just posted a humorous political pop-up book idea about you know who, on my Politics and Humor blog.  It got me thinking about how to do a pop-up book for kids and adults to explain the court system. Using … Continue reading

Posted in Humor, Public Education | 1 Comment