For A Healthier, Wealthier, Wiser America

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Our MethodHope Street Group represents a different way of thinking and acting on public policy. Fiercely bipartisan and relentlessly focused on evidence and results, we consider ourselves a coalition of the reasonable, welcoming members of all political stripes.

We focus on the structural underpinnings of our economy—education, health and employment. We need an excellent educational system to ensure future generations can compete. We need to realign economics of the health system to control costs, improve care, and promote prevention. And we need to get the unemployed back to work.

Hope Street Group promotes collaborative problem solving and brings thinkers together from every corner of the country.

Here’s how we work:

Crowd-Source: We convene politicians and practitioners in-person and online, giving them a safe space to share ideas with each other and learn from reformers.

Catalyze, Test and Hone: We test our ideas in the real world, gathering feedback and data, assessing results and honing projects.

Document and Disseminate: We share and aggressively promote the best ideas, putting actionable plans for reform into the hands of those with the will and the power to implement them. 

Five Years and Counting

Posted by Monique Nadeau on 03.21.13

Good for the goose, not good for the gander?

Posted by Dan Cruce on 10.21.13
Teachers are rightly expected to meet the needs of their students.
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Shifting from a Culture of Fear to a Culture of Health

Posted by Courtney Haynes on 02.18.14

We see or read about it every day: the new trends, the healthiest foods, the exercise regimes, the vitamins, and other various aspects to empower individuals in making better choices and engaging in better behavior to advance their health.

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2014 New Year’s Resolution: Closing the Skills Gap

Posted by Chimdi Ihezie on 01.12.14

This past December, Hope Street Group held a working session with the HR Policy Association and leaders in the policy and private sector, including U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Thomas E.

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Economic Opportunity Index

What impacts your lifetime earning potential in America today? How do you compare to your peers? And how does your state stack up? Find out with our Economic Opportunity Index.

Economic Opportunity Index

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