The Measure of America: American Human Development Report 2008-2009
The Measure of America is the first-ever measure of the status of human development in the United States or any developed nation and provides a snapshot of Americans’ well-being by state, congressional district, gender, race and ethnicity.
Using U.S. government statistics on longevity, educational attainment and enrollment, and earnings, the report reveals where America is today and sets a benchmark against which we will be able to assess where we are tomorrow.
Take a quiz to determine your Human Development Sensitivity Index.
Visit the official Web site of the project: http://measureofamerica.org.
July 2008 | 246 Pages | 978-0-231-15495-6 | Columbia University Press | Paper $24.96 | Cloth $75.00 | Buy this book
Published: SSRC/Columbia University Press, 2008
Citation: The Measure of America: American Human Development Report 2008-2009, eds. Sarah Burd-Sharps, Kristen Lewis and Eduardo Borges Martins (New York: SSRC/Columbia University Press, 2008).