Below are links to additional data resources from our partners, which include data aligned with and relevant to the Charting Progress Dashboard.
Countywide Prevention Metrics: https://data.lacounty.gov/stories/s/tvyf-vhpc
The goal of the Countywide Prevention Plan is for every child to be healthy, thriving in a strong family, and supported by a nurturing community. To achieve this goal, the Los Angeles County Office Child Protection and Chief Information Office, with input and guidance from County department partners and stakeholders, have identified a set of impact indicators to serve as guidelines for strategic and operational improvements in the County's broad-based prevention programming and policies. The indicators identified in this preliminary release of the CPM are a starting point for common prevention-related measures and will evolve over time.
First 5 LA: https://www.first5la.org/article/pathway-to-progress-indicators-of-young-child-well-being-in-los-angeles-county/
First 5 LA is an independent public agency that works to support the safe and healthy development of young children so that by 2028, all children in L.A. County will enter kindergarten ready to succeed in school and life. The purpose of the inaugural Pathway to Progress report is to establish a baseline for assessing F5LA’s progress towards the results for children and families identified in the Strategic Plan; to build its knowledge on current conditions children and families face; and to identify and address gaps in its work to improve conditions for young children and their families in L.A. County.
Start Strong Index: https://strongstartindex.org/
The California Strong Start Index summarizes, in a standardized way, the conditions into which children are born. It is built from a small number of health, financial, family, and service indicators that are universally measured at birth. Taken together, they offer a more holistic characterization of the conditions into which newborns are born, and the assets that exist across (and within) California communities.
Los Angeles Unified School District: https://my.lausd.net/opendata/dashboard
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is committed to increasing transparency and accountability by providing an open data portal, which includes a dashboard for users to explore district and school-level data. Data on the dashboard comes from a variety of sources, including, but not limited to the California Department of Education, National Student Clearinghouse, and Los Angeles Unified school records.
Neighborhood Data for Social Change: http://la.myneighborhooddata.org/
The Neighborhood Data for Social Change (NDSC) platform is a project of the USC Price Center for Social Innovation. NDSC is a free, publicly available online resource for civic actors to learn about the trends, challenges, and opportunities facing L.A. County neighborhoods. The platform helps tell the stories of L.A. neighborhoods through maps, charts, data analysis, and storytelling, helping community stakeholders advocate for a better quality of life within their communities.
California Immigrant Data Portal: https://immigrantdataca.org/
The California Immigrant Data Portal is a resource and progress tracker for immigrants and those serving immigrant communities across the state of California. This portal presents data and case studies that can be used to better understand and promote the well-being of immigrants, their families, and their communities. The data portal is a project of the University of Southern California's Equity Research Institute (ERI), formerly known as the Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration (CSII).
Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD): https://www.laccd.edu/Departments/EPIE/Research/Dashboards/Pages/default.aspx
The LACCD’s Office of Institutional Effectiveness provides information on and analysis of enrollment trends, student characteristics, student outcomes, instructional staffing, and service area demographics. Dashboards include data on the characteristics of first-time students, momentum points of new student cohorts, and Los Angeles College Promise students.
The California State University: https://www2.calstate.edu/data-center/institutional-research-analyses
Institutional Research and Analyses (IR&A) sits within the division of Academic and Student Affairs and serves as a resource for the entire California State University community. It provides information, research, analytical services and data analysis that support evidence-based decision making, strategic planning and management of statistical and historical student data records at the CSU.
University of California, Los Angeles: https://www.apb.ucla.edu/campus-statistics/overview
The Chancellor's Office of Data Analytics (CODA) provides data and decision support for the UCLA community, the University of California Office of the President (UCOP), rankings/surveys, the media, and the general public. UCLA has created dashboards to help users with their UCLA data reporting needs.
University of Southern California: https://oir.usc.edu/ipeds
Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) data are submitted at the aggregated-level from postsecondary institutions, like USC, and do not have student-level information. Institutions submit data through 12 interrelated survey components about general higher education topics for 3 reporting periods. USC has data on student financial aid, graduation rates, admissions, and more.
Loyola Marymount University:
The following reports, developed and maintained by the Institutional Research Team within the Office of Institutional Research and Decision Support, provide current and historical trends on student enrollment and various student achievement metrics for LMU.
Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC): https://laedc.org/
LAEDC has released its 2022 Economic Forecast, which frames the economic toll of the pandemic in terms of impact to the people of Los Angeles, and provides an employment outlook by industry so that we can collaboratively develop effective recovery strategies.
LAEDC has also released an industry and workforce analysis titled Pathways for Economic Resiliency, which presents a situational analysis of how COVID-19 has impacted the county workforce. The report looks at those who have been most impacted or underserved in particular, and provides recommendations for both short-term and long-term economic recovery.