The Geography of Child Opportunity: Why Neighborhoods Matter for Equity

First findings from the Child Opportunity Index 2.0
Published: 01.21.2020 Updated: 02.24.2020

The Geography of Child Opportunity: Why Neighborhoods Matter for Equity contains our analysis of the first findings from the Child Opportunity Index 2.0 for the 100 largest U.S. metros.

To learn about these findings, read the full report (use the link above to download the PDF), explore interactive data stories that summarize the report's four sections, view COI maps, or download raw COI data.

Dolores Acevedo Garcia
Dolores Acevedo-Garcia
Director, Professor of Human Development and Social Policy
Clemens Noelke
Clemens Noelke
Research Director
Nancy McArdle
Nancy McArdle
Senior Research Analyst
Nomi Sofer
Nomi Sofer
Senior Communications Strategist
Nick Huntington
Nick Huntington
Data Scientist
Erin Hardy
Erin Hardy
Co-Research Director
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Rebecca Huber
Research Associate
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Mikyung Baek
Senior Research Associate, Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity
Jason Reece
Jason Reece
Assistant Professor, Knowlton School of Architecture, The Ohio State University