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.
Low Income Housing Tax Credit data for California covers developments from 1987 through 2014. These data are sourced from HUD.
In this, our fourth Schools Progress Report, we look at all of our public schools by including data on both Oakland Unified School District-run schools and Oakland’s public charter schools. The report reveals many areas of strength and challenge for both sectors. This report does not lend itself to conclusions and answers, but rather should [...]
The FAC Profile on Oakland and Alameda County is a data profile with detailed measures on asset poverty, produced by Urban Strategies Council, CFED, Alameda County Community Asset Network and Citi Bank. Oakland Households in poverty
The FAC Data Snapshot on Alameda County is a data profile with detailed measures on asset poverty, produced by Urban Strategies Council, CFED, Alameda County Community Asset Network and Citi Bank.
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.
In April 2014, OR2020 published its Baseline Report, which looked at levels of reading proficiency and indicators for the four levers of change in 2010-11, as well as outcomes, conditions, and strategies during the first two years of OR2020 (2011-12 and 2012-13). In the first annual update, we examine and reflect on gains and challenges in the past [...]
The Oakland Reads 2020 Baseline Report is an in-depth look at the state of third grade reading proficiency in Oakland, analyzing student outcomes from kindergarten to fifth grade for literacy skills and for four levers of change that we know contribute to reading at grade level by third grade: school readiness, attendance, summer learning and [...]
In addition to the full report, this Executive Summary is a brief factsheet of the most critical pieces featured in the full report.