Child Opportunity Index

DiversityDataKids Child Opportunity Index 410

The Child Opportunity Index measures, maps, and compares neighborhood features that impact healthy child development across three domains: education; health and environment; and social and economic. Indicators measured include walkability, access to healthy food and green space, air quality and heat exposure. The data is available for all 72,000 neighborhoods or census tracts in all 50 states and in Washington, D.C., and it can be used to inform youth development resource allocation, policy and advocacy, research, and community engagement efforts. 

Geographic coverage: Nation, Census tract

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