Sunday, August 16, 2015

South Carolina use of maps - follow their example

This report came across my Twitter feed today. It's titled: "Getting to Ground Truth: Integrating Social and Spatial Statistics to Support our Communities’ Most Vulnerable Children and Families" and is published by the Children’s Trust of South Carolina.

What I like about the report is that it serves as a guide that leaders in Chicago and other cities might also use.

In many of my articles, like this one, I emphasize a use of maps to plan for a distribution of programs and resources into all high poverty areas of large urban areas.

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