This infographic is a summary of our 45 page OSSSI report on the health and educational outcomes of Boys of Color in Oakland. Grab the full deck here for much more detail.
This presentation and accompanying infographic represent a detailed analysis of early years health and education outcomes and indicators with a focus on Boys of Color. Prepared for the Oakland Starting Smart and Strong Initiative with funding from the Oakland Public Education Fund.
The purpose of this data profile is twofold: to present a general picture of the current status of Boys and Men of Color in Oakland and Alameda County, and to highlight disparities in outcomes for Boys and Men of Color compared to their peers.
The Boys and Men of Color Indicator Guide identifies the focus indicators for various local and national initiatives to improve the lives of boys and men of color and describes why each indicator is important.
This report, A Closer Look at Attendance of African American Males (AAM) in OUSD, examines data, best practices, and policies related to attendance and chronic absence and offers recommendations for reducing the levels of chronic absence for AAM in OUSD. The report analyzes one year of attendance data (2010-2011) for AAM in OUSD, looking at [...]
This report begins to answer some of the questions that indicator tracking does not address including: 1. What proportion of African American male students are on course, despite the adverse circumstances they face in Oakland? 2. How do factors such as participating in afterschool programs, living in a high-violence neighborhood, living in a high-poverty neighborhood, [...]
African American males were suspended at a rate more than six times that of white males across the district and over three times the rate of other students. One of three reports that Urban Strategies Council has produced for the African American Male Achievement Initiative based on data from the 2010-11 school year, this report [...]
Produced for the African American Male Achievement Initiative, this data packet analyzes trends over time for African American male students in Oakland Unified School District in each of the goal areas of the initiative, including attendance, academic achievement, literacy, suspensions, middle school, incarceration, and graduation.
This brief report examines available data about the African American male students who got a perfect CST score in 2009-10 or 2010-11 and, where possible, compares them to other African American boys. In the fall of 2010, a mother whose son had earned a perfect score on one of his California Standards Tests (CST) contacted [...]