Identifying which students are at higher risk of falling behind and needing support is key to addressing inequality exacerbated by the pandemic.
Mapping race, income, incarceration, lending practices, and more can help shed light on some of the underpinnings of racial inequities.
Mapping hospital capacity, chronic health conditions, and more can help identify places that may need to add hospital beds as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds.
The need for public school counselors is acute, and yet counselors are scarce. Nearly 1in 5 students don’t have access to a counselor in their school.
Public libraries are as important to adult job seekers as they are to young readers, and need up-to-date data about their patrons and their patrons’ needs.