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Most neighborhoods became more mixed-income between 2011 and 2016. Farley, near Ben Davis, had the biggest increase in income diversity, while the historically black suburb Grandview had the biggest decrease.
Regionally, schools are becoming more racially diverse, have a growing share of low-income students, and have increasing graduation ...
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When you are ready to dig deeper, our team of analysts will develop custom reports. From economic development to program evaluation, we will find new insights from your data and public data.
To truly evaluate impact, we need to integrate data from many different sources. Our data team builds long-term solutions that serve as a foundation for new research.
We use data as a foundation in developing strategic plans and needs assessments. By combining community assessment techniques with insights from constituents and stakeholders, we develop data-informed, impactful strategies.