AIR will sell its AIR Assessment division to Cambium Learning Group, Inc., a leading provider in education software and portfolio company of Veritas Capital, with closing expected later in 2019. The sale will allow AIR to deepen its core work of research, evaluation, and technical services in a variety of areas, including education, health, and workforce development, in the U.S. and abroad. Learn more about the transaction, and how it positions AIR and AIR Assessment well for the future.
A scientific, research-based survey is one of the most unbiased, methodical ways to collect and understand human behavior and opinion. With response rates on the decline, AIR researchers Michael Jackson and Cameron McPhee have conducted research exploring ways to predict survey response, including ways to boost participation among those least likely to respond, as a way to reduce non-responses. Here, they offer four takeaways from their work.
As an expert on substance use disorders, Elizabeth Salisbury-Afshar, M.D., directs the Center for Addiction Research and Effective Solutions at AIR (AIR CARES). She is board certified in family medicine, preventive medicine/public heath, and addiction medicine and holds a Master of Public Health degree in health disparities and human rights.