Sonoma County officials are vowing to combat the inequitiesthat exist among local residents in the areas of education, wealth and health,conditions illustrated in a newly published report that gauges the region’swell-being.
The 2021 Portrait of SonomaCounty, a data-driven report that gauges the well-being of Sonoma County’scommunities, contained a number of significant findings.
2021 Portrait of Sonoma County: Well-being study finds newsuccesses, ongoing challenges along race, ethnicity, gender and geographiclines
SonomaCounty residents as a whole make more money, live longer and are more likely tohave a bachelor’s degree than nearly 10 years ago.
The launch of A Portrait of Sonoma County 2021 Update. Sonoma County leaders and organizations will use the results of A Portrait of Sonoma 2021 to identify pressing priorities, turning this report into a platform to guide important investment and policy decisions in the next few years. Watch the recording to learn what is in the report.El Retrato del Condado de Sonoma 2021 Evento de Lanzamiento del Informe [YouTube Video]El evento del informe de lanzamiento. Discubre mas de los datos del poblaciones del condado de Sonoma. Los líderes y organizaciones del condado de Sonoma utilizarán los resultados de Un Retrato de Sonoma 2021 para identificar prioridades locales, convirtiendo este informe en una plataforma para guiar decisiones importantes de inversión y políticas en los próximos años. Ven a aprender lo que incluye el informe.
By supporting our youngest community members to be successful in school we are providing opportunities and resources for all, not just those that can afford it. Quality early learning and development programs, especially for disadvantaged children, can foster valuable skills, strengthen our workforce, grow our economy and reduce social spending.
Income, language, other barriers add to kindergarten readiness gap between white and Latinx children
Unequal access to resources in Sonoma County plays a key role in the kindergarten readiness gap between white and Latinx children uncovered by a local study by the Road to Early Achievement and Development for Youth (READY) program.
More Healdsburg students are ready for Kindergarten, but disparities still remain between English and Spanish speaking
More Healdsburg students are ready for Kindergarten, but disparities still remain between English and Spanish speaking students
Upstream Investments and PolicyLink Present: Bay Area Equity Atlas Overview and Hands-On Data for Action Training Sessions
Join leaders and equity champions from community organizations, businesses, and government agencies invited to learn more about this cutting edge, web-based data and policy tool that can help track the state of equity across the region and drive solutions for inclusive prosperity!