Downloading, please wait...
Source: U.S. Census Bureau: Decennial Census 2010, American Community Survey 2007-2011, Zip Business Patterns 2009; State Department of Education 2010-2011; National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data 2010-2011; diversitydatakids.org Early Childhood Database (State Early Childhood Care and Education Licensing Database 2012 and 2013, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data 2009-2010, National Association for the Education of Young Children Accredited Program Database, 2012 and 2013); ESRI Business Analyst 2011; Department of Housing and Urban Development, Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2010; Environmental Protection Agency, Toxic Release Inventory Program 2010.
The share of people (all ages) of the specified detailed Asian population subgroup in each Child Opportunity Index category, where the neighborhood opportunity category designation is relative to the metro area.
DBZ=Division by zero. Includes only those people who reported their race as one Asian group alone. Reported Asian population subgroups include Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander subgroups. The summary category labeled “All Asian or Pacific Islander” includes all detailed subgroups, inclusive of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander. The summary category labeled “All Asian” excludes Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander. Subgroups refer to people who are of the specified race subgroup "alone." The Child Opportunity Index is a measure of relative opportunity across a metropolitan area calculated based on indicators of Educational Opportunity, Health and Environmental Opportunity, and Social and Economic Opportunity. For more details about the diversitydatakids.org-Kirwan Institute Child Opportunity Index, click here.