An examination of differences in the field of study among different generations of women and men in the Atlanta MSA.
One area where Atlanta does see gender parity? Rates of higher educational attainment. In fact, women have outpaced men in attaining bachelor's and graduate degrees since 1970.
Prior to the COVID pandemic, students in the metro Atlanta region were making progress in 3rd grade literacy, with rates of students proficient and above increasing 5 percentage points between the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 academic years. For Black and Latinx students the percentage of students proficient and above in 3rd grade literacy increased by 5 and 4 percentage points respectively. The pandemic’s impact on our education and social structures, however, is threatening these gains.
A dashboard of school enrollment shows that most metro school districts have seen a drop in numbers.
A tract-level look at broadband access across the state, as well as the rates of school-age children in each tract.
Learn4Life's interactive data dashboard enables research about student achievement and growth in the five-county area's eight school districts.
This Monday Mapday explores the location of students whose learning needs may be most impacted by virtual instruction.
This month's regional snapshot presents ARC's annual major jurisdiction population estimates. Overall, the 10-county region’s population increased by 1.6 percent and now stands at 4,628,400 — more than that of 24 states. A slowing in job growth has contributed to moderation of the region’s population growth, though that growth remains strong.
An analysis of STEM majors in the 10-county Atlanta metro area, broken down by gender and race.
Corporate real estate firm CBRE creates an annual scorecard of tech talent, and this year's report places Atlanta at No. 9 overall among the 50 largest markets for technology professionals. This Web Wednesday provides highlights of the data and links so you can explore CBRE's findings yourself.