Monthly Archives: November 2009

Including Everybody in Doubled-up Households

Written by: Director Robert Groves We just had meetings of two of our advisory committees at our Suitland headquarters. The members come from all parts of the country and bring with them different perspectives on key issues facing the Census … Continue reading

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Census in Schools Kickoff

Written by: Director Robert Groves I spent part of Monday morning at Digital Harbor High School in Baltimore for the kickoff of the Census in Schools program. It was quite an event for the school, with Secretary Locke, Maryland Lieutenant … Continue reading

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Meet The Press

Written by: Director Robert Groves Last Friday, I met with about 25 journalists in Ann Arbor, Michigan, who were participating in a workshop on the 2010 Census. The workshop was led by Professor Reynolds Farley and Lisa Neidert, and sponsored … Continue reading

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Partner Power

Written by: Director Robert Groves I just met at headquarters with a set of census partners from around the country to discuss how to more effectively promote the census. Were they great! They represented faith-based organizations, community groups, cultural interest … Continue reading

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