The Child Opportunity Index and Children’s Neighborhood Characteristics

Distribution of Children by Race/Ethnicity Across Neighborhood Opportunity Levels Discover the Child Opportunity Index with interactive bar graphs that allow you to choose multiple racial/ethnic groups and explore the distribution of the child population living in neighborhoods of varying opportunity levels, for the 100 largest metro areas.
08.26.2016


Distribution of Children by Race/Ethnicity and Poverty Status Across Neighborhood Opportunity Levels The extent to which children of differing race/ethnicity live in neighborhoods of differing opportunity goes beyond what can be explained by family income. Explore the distributions of children by race/ethnicity and poverty status across neighborhoods of varying opportunity levels for the 100 largest metro areas.  
06.26.2015


Distribution of Asians and Pacific Islander Subgroups Accross Neighborhood and Opportunity levels  Explore the distribution of almost two dozen Asian subgroups and Native Hawaiians/Pacific Islanders across neighborhoods of varying opportunity levels, for the 100 largest metro areas.
03.7.2017


Distribution of Hispanic origin Subgroups Across and Neighborhood Opportunity Levels Explore the distribution of two dozen Hispanic-origin subgroups across neighborhoods of varying opportunity levels and for the 100 largest metro areas.
10.17.2016


Characteristics of Children’s Neighborhood Environments, by Children's Race/Ethnicity, Age and Poverty Status Compare the neighborhood environments of children by race/ethnicity, age, and poverty status along 19 socioeconomic, housing, and demographic dimensions in metropolitan areas and the 100 largest cities.
07.18.2016


Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

FMLA Eligibility and Affordability for Working Parents Explore differences in FMLA eligibility and affordability by race/ethnicity and nativity at the national level and for specific states.
10.19.2015


Linguistic Isolation

Geographic Patterns of "Linguistically Isolated" Children, by HomeLanguage  Investigate the distribution of linguistically isolated children across states and how this differs according to the language they speak at home.
11.4.2015