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PCG and the Georgia Department of Education Win Learning Impact Platinum Award for Their Work on the 50-State CASE Registry Service.

At this year’s Learning Impact Leadership Institute IMS Global, recognized Public Consulting Group (PCG) and the Georgia Department of Education (GA DOE) with a Learning Impact Platinum Award

1. June 2018
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    Equity in the classroom

    Are we asking the wrong questions about equity in the classroom? Yes, and we have been for some time according to PCG’s Alvin Crawford in his new blog post published by The Edvocate on November 26th. Throughout the article, Alvin uses the theme of questions—why we keep asking the wrong ones, why (and how) we should start asking the right ones—to stress the need for a shift in the conversation to taking action.

    • 30. November 2018
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    Wisconsin Department of Health Services selects PCG to provide IV&V services

    The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has recently selected PCG to provide Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) services for an independent and unbiased perspective on the progress of Wisconsin’s Medicaid Enterprise Systems (MES) Project, and operation of the systems and modules.

    • 29. November 2018
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    CMS issues guidance on Medicaid behavioral health delivery system reform

    On November 13, 2018, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released a letter to state Medicaid directors outlining a wide range of opportunities for states to design innovative delivery systems for adults and children with serious mental health conditions.

    • 16. November 2018
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    Exploring the changing landscape of child welfare technology, data sharing, and Family First

    Chronicles of Social Change recently published its annual “Kids on the Hill” issue, which is the digital publication’s only print issue each year, targeted toward legislators and staffers on Capitol Hill. Notably, this year’s issue also features articles by two PCG colleagues from the Human Services team: Carole Hussey and Shell Culp.

    • 16. November 2018