Presentation on theme: "A Roadmap to Need: A Look at Cross-Sector Data. The 10 Indicators Cohort Graduation Rate Cohort Graduation Rate Short-Term Suspension Rate Short-Term."— Presentation transcript:
A Roadmap to Need: A Look at Cross-Sector Data
The 10 Indicators Cohort Graduation Rate Cohort Graduation Rate Short-Term Suspension Rate Short-Term Suspension Rate Adults with a High School Diploma Adults with a High School Diploma Median Household Income Median Household Income Single Parent Households Single Parent Households
The 10 Indicators Children Without Health Insurance Children Without Health Insurance Teen Pregnancy Rate Teen Pregnancy Rate Child Abuse / Neglect Reported Cases Child Abuse / Neglect Reported Cases Children in DSS Custody Children in DSS Custody Juvenile Delinquency Rate Juvenile Delinquency Rate
Methodology Ranked counties on each individual indicator 1-100 Ranked counties on each individual indicator 1-100 Summed the rankings for each county Summed the rankings for each county Ranked counties 1-100 by the sum of their rankings Ranked counties 1-100 by the sum of their rankings
Striking Extremes Between Counties Income levels vary from $64,487 (Wake) to $29,043 (Bladen) Graduation rates go from 81% (Orange) to 57% (Tyrrell)
Two North Carolinas? The Top 10 Camden County Orange County Wake County Union County Iredell County Cabarrus County Watauga County Currituck County Carteret County Avery County
One Caveat is Necessary… Countywide averages mask need.
If we had data by zip code… We would find pockets of need in our highest ranked counties.
Two North Carolinas? The Bottom 10 Warren County Rutherford County Martin County Anson County Tyrrell County Greene County Lenoir County Halifax County Robeson County Edgecombe County
Alamance Alexander Alleghany Anson Ashe Avery Beaufort Bertie Bladen Brunswick Buncombe Burke Cabarrus Caldwell Camden Carteret Caswell Catawba Chatham Cherokee Chowan Clay Cleveland Columbus Craven Cumberland Currituck DareDavidson Davie Duplin Durham Edgecombe Forsyth Franklin Gaston Gates Graham Granville Greene Guilford Halifax Harnett Haywood Henderson Hertford Hoke Hyde Iredell Jackson Johnston Jones Lee Lenoir Lincoln McDowell Macon Madison Martin Mecklenburg Mitchell Montgomery Moore Nash New Hanover Northampton Onslow Orange Pamlico Pasquotank Pender Perquimans Person Pitt Polk Randolph Richmond Robeson Rockingham Rowan Rutherford Sampson Scotland Stanly StokesSurry Swain Transylvania Tyrrell Union Vance Wake Warren Washington Watauga Wayne Wilkes Wilson Yadkin Yancey Quartile I (counties ranked 1-25) Quartile II (counties ranked 26-50) Quartile III (counties ranked 51-75) Quartile IV (counties ranked 76-100) Two North Carolinas?
You Proved the Obvious! Now What?
Can all of us working on behalf of young people and their families work more effectively together than we do separately?