May 19th OPEN Policy Breakfast — Panel Lineup Now Announced!

Join OPEN for a morning of data and discussion on the education policies shaping Louisiana’s future, with commentary from: KEYNOTE SPEAKER The Honorable LaToya Cantrell New Orleans City Council, District B; 2017 Mayoral Candidate PANEL I: Ready for School, Ready for Life — Louisiana Early Childhood Supports Moderator: Melanie Bronfin, Executive Director, Louisiana Policy Institute for Read more about May 19th OPEN Policy Breakfast — Panel Lineup Now Announced![…]

State of the Young Child in New Orleans: EDI Neighborhood Profiles

The Ready, Set, Go! team is pleased to announce the latest EDI Neighborhood Profiles, a series of documents outlining early childhood development data in 44 New Orleans neighborhoods. The Early Development Instrument (EDI) is a population measure of how kindergarten age children are developing in communities, measuring five areas of early childhood development: • Physical health Read more about State of the Young Child in New Orleans: EDI Neighborhood Profiles[…]

State of the Young Child in New Orleans: EDI Community Profile 2013

It’s important for children to enter kindergarten prepared to respond to and take advantage of the school experience. Understanding the extent to which neighborhood level conditions help or hinder early childhood development can help policymakers and neighborhood leaders identify where to direct efforts to optimize school readiness. EDI data can provide the ammunition that community Read more about State of the Young Child in New Orleans: EDI Community Profile 2013[…]

State of the Young Child in New Orleans: EDI Community Profile 2012

The Early Development Instrument (EDI) Community Profile provides local-level information on young children’s developmental outcomes during the kindergarten year. The profile maps the information on children’s development by geographic area (such as neighborhoods or census tracts) along with other indicators including socio‐demographic characteristics and community assets in order to help understand possible factors contributing to Read more about State of the Young Child in New Orleans: EDI Community Profile 2012[…]

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