Youth Outcomes Data

our outcome areas. 

Data is at the core of our work to get better, more equitable outcomes for young people. We use data to illuminate problems and solutions, tackle tough conversations and understand impact to take action. We  collect data on key outcomes along the path to economic mobility, from kindergarten readiness to employment. We can sort our data by race, ethnicity, gender, income, language and special education status. Achieve Brown County partners with local schools, nonprofits, and institutions as well as state agencies to receive and analyze Brown County data around these significant milestones.

Explore specific outcome area data by clicking on the outcome areas below. 

the data dashboard. 

Get a quick view of all our our outcome areas and explore the most recent data available from across Brown County. Want to see what’s happening across the USA? Every year, all StriveTogether Community Network Partners submit our learnings and data to our parent organization StriveTogether and are able to see how all youth are achieving success across the nation.

what do we do with the data? 

Achieve Brown County does two things with this data collection and evaluations:

1. We inform the public about the successes and opportunities for support occurring across all of Brown County. We focus on trends around the seven cradle-to-career outcomes areas, advocating on behalf of those numbers, and use our data to support organizations, institutions, and agencies to take action on working to improve any negative trends. We work to understand and communicate a complete picture of what’s going on with young people.

2. We support our collaborative action teams with research. Achieve Brown County is a convener, facilitator, and supporter of volunteer, community led groups that want to lead the charge on changing negative trends that are affection young peoples successes. We use our collected data to ensure that their work leads with data and that any strategies implemented can be measured to improve overall achievements.