The Forum signed the Community Letter in Support of Nonpartisanship to present a united front to preserve the protections in the current law.
This fact sheet from The Leadership Conference Education Fund provides background on Asian American and NSPI households and also details ways for stakeholders to help improve the count of their households in the 2020 Census.
This fact sheet from The Leadership Conference Education Fund provides background on Latino households and also details ways for stakeholders to help improve the count of all Latino households in the 2020 Census.
Find materials for this session focused on the 2020 Census held at the 2018 PolicyWorks Institute before Foundations on the Hill
This December 2017 edition of the Forum Policy Playbook focuses on the upcoming 2018 PolicyWorks Institute and Foundations on the Hill schedule for March 11-14 in Washington, DC. We look at why you and your members should attend; what you need to know to encourage your member’s engagement and your PSO team’s involvement; provide tips on how to organize and plan; and offer Forum member resources to help guide your efforts.
Report by Dr. William (Bill) O’Hare about special challenges that will make some rural areas and populations difficult to count accurately.
Checklist for legislators on how they can help ensure a fair and accurate census in their state. Developed on behalf of National Conference of State Legislatures by Jeffrey M. Wise, Special Counsel, New York State Assembly.
Interested in learning more about Foundations on the Hill? Please use this list to find your state and the contact information for who to get in touch with for further information.
The November 2017 edition of the Forum Policy Playbook focuses on taking policy positions and creating a legislative agenda. We look at the common traits of successful legislative agendas; comment on the benefits of having a process in place to consider expedited approval of policy positions; and share samples from members that are engaging in this work.
A memo from the Census Bureau with a list of locations for the 248 planned Area Census Offices (i.e. "local" offices).