The Geography of Child Opportunity
The Child Opportunity Index 2.0 quantifies, maps and compares neighborhood opportunity for children across the United States. It is the first national measure of contemporary child opportunity available: it covers all U.S. neighborhoods. It ranks opportunity by measuring a wide range of neighborhood conditions that shape children’s health and development.
Publication Date: January 2020
Source: Brandeis University: The Heller School for Social Policy and Management
Focus Area(s): Healthy Beginnings, Supported Families, High-Quality Child Care & Learning
Impact Area(s): County, City
Topic: Assess Where You Live, Take Action, Build a Community Effort
Type: Academic Article