Posts in Data Resource
Discrimination: An equal-opportunity experience?

The presidential election of 2016 left Americans feeling deeply divided.  Ironically, the divisions may spring from a common belief, expressed by members of almost every group, that they aren’t getting a fair chance to realize the American Dream

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Zero Youth Detention: New resources Map The Path, Track Progress

Two new resources support the goal of attaining Zero Youth Detention in King County:  (1) a comprehensive Road Map to Zero Youth Detention and (2) a dashboard for tracking progress.

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Data Training To Improve Public Grant-Making

For the past two years, Communities Count has worked with local governments and philanthropies to develop data trainings that will help public agencies understand community needs and fund strong programs to address them.

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2016 City Health Profiles Reveal Little-Known Facts

The newly updated City Health Profiles are filled with fascinating details about King County communities.  For example, did you know that …

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