By The Numbers: Using Disaggregated Data to Inform Policies, Practices and Decision-Making

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By Annie E. Casey Foundation

2016
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This report spotlights efforts where mapping indicators are developed from education, health and housing, and child care, and then layered on a single map to show the challenges faced by marginalized populations from a geographic perspective. The case studies of use of county and neighborhood data to unearth trends and disparities demonstrate why advocates should demand more and better-quality data collection, especially data on subsets of racial groups that may show striking differences in well-being.

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Topic

Using Data

Subtopic

Leading Indicators