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Women's Well Being Index

The California Women's Well-Being Index is a multifaceted, composite measure that consists of five "dimensions": Health, Personal Safety, Employment & Earnings, Economic Security, and Political Empowerment.

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California Latino Economic Scorecard

As the largest racial or ethnic group in California, the economic well-being of Latinos will play a critical role in the long-term economic success of the state. Latinos continue to experience much lower economic well-being in the state than California’s population as a whole.

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University of Minnesota Observatory

These data were created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by transit in the 50 largest (by population) metropolitan areas in the United States. It is the most detailed evaluation to date.

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California Postsecondary to Prosperity Dashboard

The California Postsecondary to Prosperity Dashboard braids together multiple data sources to provide a single portal with high-quality information on the state of opportunity in higher education, employment, and quality of life across California’s diverse regions.

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Texas A&M Urban Mobility Report

The 2019 Urban Mobility Report provides a comprehensive analysis of traffic conditions in 494 urban areas across the United States. The report points to the need to consider a full range of mobility improvement strategies.

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Get the Lead Out

California community water systems were required by the state to test drinking water for lead at the schools they serve before Summer 2019. The results are now mostly in. This map shows the median and highest lead levels detected at each site based on the latest publicly available data as of 9/3/2019.

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Legatum Prosperity Index

The Legatum Institute’s United States Prosperity Index provides a comprehensive picture of prosperity for the 50 states of the Union and Washington D.C., as well as the 829 counties of eight selected states: California, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Montana, New York, Oklahoma, and Texas.

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Kidsdata

Find data about the health and well being of children in communities across California.

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National Equity Atlas

The National Equity Atlas is America's most detailed report card on racial and economic equity. We equip movement leaders and policymakers with actionable data and strategies to advance racial equity and shared prosperity.

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Race Counts

RACE COUNTS measures the overall performance, amount of racial disparity, and impact by population size of counties and cities in California. We found that the past still very much drives who has access to the promise of the Golden State.

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Regional Opportunity Index

The Center for Regional Change and Rabobank have partnered to develop the Regional Opportunity Index (ROI), an index of community and regional opportunity for understanding social and economic opportunity in California’s communities. The goal of the ROI is to help target resources and policies toward people and places with the greatest need, to foster thriving communities of opportunity for all Californians.

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California Breathing

The County Asthma Data Tool presents detailed asthma information by county

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United Way Real Cost Measure

United Ways of California is pleased to release Struggling to Stay Afloat: The Real Cost Measure in California 2019, a new report on the financial challenges of working families. Unlike the official poverty measure which primarily accounts for the cost of food, the Real Cost Measure incorporates the costs of housing, food, health care, child care, transportation and other basic needs to determine what it really costs to live in rcm 2019 report coverCalifornia.

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Fresno Drive

On July 10th, 2019, the Fresno DRIVE Initiative hosted a kick-off event, where Steering Committee attendees participated in a 'Data Walk’ - an information-packed, visual experience to help assess Fresno’s current standings in three areas vital to a community’s health: economic development, human capital, and neighborhood quality. This evaluation of our region’s challenges helped build a collective understanding of our city’s unique position with the intention of guiding particpants towards a shared, 10-year vision to transform Fresno.

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Sierra Business Council Publications

In the Sierra Nevada, change and challenge create opportunities. Through innovation, integrity, and respect, Sierra Business Council harnesses these opportunities by implementing projects that model proactive change

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California Emerging Technology Fund

The CETF information and Reports index provides subject and partner material that informs a focused, strategic effort to close the Digital Divide in California. CETF works in collaboration with key civic leaders and stakeholders, including the Governor’s Office, CPUC, public officials, community-based organizations, employers, labor, foundations and research institutions.

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