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Correspondence to institutions or organizations explaining that their activities are undermined by failure to understand the patterns by which measures between outcome rates tend to be affected by the frequency of an outcome (or problems in analyses of the recipient entity’s practices by the government or public interest groups) include, in addition to the American Statistical Association letter noted above, letters to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Apr. 8, 2009), National Quality Forum (Oct. 22, 2009), Institute of Medicine (June 1, 2010), The Commonwealth Fund (June 1, 2010), United States Department of Education (Apr. 18, 2012), United States Department of Justice (Apr. 23, 2012), Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Mar. 4, 2013), Harvard University (Oct. 9, 2012), Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, et al. (Oct. 26, 2012), Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (Apr. 1, 2013), Mailman School of Public Health of Columbia University (May 24, 2013), Investigations and Oversight Subcommittee of House Finance Committee (Dec. 4, 2013), Education Trust (April 30, 2014), Annie E. Casey Foundation (May 13, 2014), Institute of Medicine II (May 28, 2014), IDEA Data Center (Aug. 11, 2014), Education Law Center (Aug. 14, 2014), Financial Markets and Community Investment Program, Government Accountability Office (Sept. 9, 2014), Wisconsin Council on Families and Children’s Race to Equity Project (Dec. 23, 2014), Portland, Oregon Board of Education (Feb. 25, 2015), Vermont Senate Committee on Education (Feb. 26, 2015), United States Department of Justice and City of Ferguson, Missouri (Mar. 9, 2015), Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions II (Mar. 20, 2015), Texas Appleseed (Apr. 7, 2015), City of Minneapolis, Minnesota (June 8, 2015), Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (July 1, 2015), Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Education (Aug. 24, 2015), McKinney, Texas Independ... Read more↗

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