Year in Review: Most-Read AIR Work 2013

Here are some of our publications from this past year—reports, research briefs, infographics and an article—that our visitors found especially insightful and interesting.

AIR researchers tackled college accountability this past year in several papers:

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“Dads are Important” infographic

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Most-viewed AIR Newsletter article

“Three Decades of Education Reform: Are We Still ‘A Nation at Risk’?”

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Our visual work attracted a large audience, especially on social media:

  • Let’s Stop HIV Together AIR developed a Facebook app that allows users to create a personalized ad encouraging friends to "stop HIV together."
  • 60 Minutes or More a Day” was designed for a U.S. Department of Health & Human Services report that details physical activity guidelines for children.
  • “The Revolving Door” illustrates 30-day readmission rates to U.S. hospitals by procedure and diagnosis.

Reports about conditions for learning and education reform were particularly popular among website visitors:

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Early College, Early Success: Early College High School Initiative Impact Study

Rounding out our list are reports on improving children's lives in Zambia and on health concerns of Americans: