Five-year Grant to Support KU Project's Goal to Make Disability Data Accessible and Inclusive for Broad Audiences

January 16, 2024

Numbers alone can’t tell a story. That’s the foundation of a project now based at the University of Kansas that takes volumes of raw federal and state expenditure data and distills that information for everyone — including policymakers, service providers and individuals with developmental disabilities and their families — to help them make the most informed decisions.

With the support of new $2.25 million federal grant, the project, called the State of the States in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, is poised to build on its more than 40 years of financial information translation and dissemination to bring those data stories to new audiences.

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