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Preschool-Aged Children Enrolled in Preschool

Source: Census - American Community Survey - B14003 School Enrollment Ages 3+

Denominator: Total Children under the Age of 5

This metric shows preschool-aged children enrolled in preschool. The percentage is calculated by dividing the number of children enrolled in public or private preschools by the estimated number of preschool-aged children. This estimate is described below. We used Census table BI4003 to disaggregate by gender and B104007 to disaggregate by race.

Note: This measure does have some limitations. Depending on when during the year a child is born, he or she enrolls in kindergarten at age 5 or 6, meaning some 5-year-old children are still in a preschool program. Therefore, the numerator and denominator of this measure may not always line up perfectly. Fortunately, there is relatively little variation in the ACS population estimates by age, so a denominator that includes half the 3-year-old children, all the 4-year-old children, and half the 5-year-old children is comparable to the denominator of 3- and 4-year-olds we used here.

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+3.8%

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-16.3%

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-9.5%

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-32.6%

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+196.2%

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-1.6%

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0%

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0%

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Percentage of population with a Bachelor’s degree or higher

Source: Census - American Community Survey - S1501 Educational Attainment

Denominator: Total population over 18

This statistic shows the population 18 years or older with a Bachelor's degree or higher according to the U.S. Census estimates. Because this calculation uses totals from multiple tables, there is some margin of error.

Race and ethnicity disaggregates are from Census table S1501, and gender disaggregates are from Census table B15001.

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+0.3%

Latest change

+14.6%

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Households with a Computer

Source: Census - American Community Survey - B28009 Presence of a Computer and Type of Internet Subscription

Denominator: Total Households

This metric shows the number of households with at least one computer according to U.S. Census estimates. The percentage is calculated by dividing this number by the total number of households.

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+0.7%

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+11%

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+1.2%

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+18.8%

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+0.5%

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+8.3%

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+0.3%

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+12%

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0%

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+25.9%

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+5.4%

Latest change

+37.6%

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+0.6%

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-1.4%

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0%

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0%

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Insufficient Data
Households with a Computer and Internet Access

Source: Census - American Community Survey - B28009 Presence of a Computer and Type of Internet Subscription

Denominator: Total Households

This total number of households with a computer and internet subscription was found by adding the number of households with a computer and broadband internet subscriptions and those with a computer and dial-up internet subscriptions. Percentages were found by dividing this total by the total number of households, according to U.S. Census estimates. The disaggregated data by race and ethnicity is from Census table B28009.

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-1.6%

Latest change

+18.9%

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Children Enrolled in School Ages 3-17

Source: Census - American Community Survey - C14007 School Enrollment

Denominator: Total Children Ages 3+

This statistic combines the data from Census table set C14007 to produce an estimate for the number of children ages 3-17 enrolled in school. The percentage is calculated by dividing this value by the total population ages 3-17.

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+0.2%

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-0.5%

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+1.2%

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-8.7%

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+2.4%

Latest change

-11.1%

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+12.2%

Latest change

+0.2%

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Women Ages 19 and Below Who Are Pregnant

Source: CDC - Wonder - Natality

This metric shows the percentage of women ages 19 and below who are pregnant. It is calculated by dividing the total number of teenage women who are pregnant by the total number of teenage women. For more information about the age categories used, see the note below.

Notes: Data is only available at the county level and cannot be mapped by tract. Because we used two different sources to create this metric, the age categories do not perfectly match. The age categories we used from CDC (numerator) are ages 19 and below, while the categories we used from Census (denominator) are ages 10-19.

-6.7%

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-56%

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