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Dynamic Data: Communicating Survey Results in Ways that Reach Diverse Audiences

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  • UW-Extension in Grant County has been cooperating with local schools to assess student needs, concerns, behaviors and attitudes every four years since 1989. The 1989, 1993 and 1997 Teen Assessment Project (TAP) surveys were conducted under the direction of Dr. Stephen Small at the UW-Madison. TAP in Southwestern Wisconsin polled 1,440 students in 1989. In 2009 we polled over 5,700 students covering 5 counties. Collecting, interpreting, distributing and presenting this data takes a team. The work of seven people makes this project possible.
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