"That data was my awakening...it showed me what my main focus needed to be: thinking about how to create more equitable neighborhoods."
From Albany, New York, to Pinellas County, Florida, to Boston, Massachusetts, policymakers, community organizers, nonprofit leaders and citizens are using the Child Opportunity Index to improve the lives of the youngest members of their communities.
We're collecting stories about how communities are using data to increase equity and child well being. We want to hear from you. Please share your impact story to tell us how you're using our data to make a difference.
Lessons from recent research studies using the Child Opportunity Index
Families use the COI to choose homes in opportunity areas
An Interview with Huilan Krenn, Director of Learning and Impact at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Education and city-wide collaboration build a healthier Chicago