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“Child & Family Well-Being in New York City: Ranking Risks and Resources Across 59 Community Districts"
The report is the newest edition of Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York’s annual well-being index, formerly referred to as the Community Risk Ranking. Key findings from the report demonstrate the stark community-level disparities children and families experience. Also, for the first time, the analysis also draws attention to the scarcity of essential resources that address social determinants of health due to lack of capacity or other barriers.
Latest Updates from Keeping Track
January 2020 Analysis of Diversity in NYC Schools - Only 1/3 of NYC Schools are Representative of Their Districts