Maps

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Mapping proficiency for students with limited English, and migrant students
   February 11, 2015

This week's EdMap allows you to explore rates of proficiency among students with limited English proficiency, as well as migrant students. Read more


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Mapping proficiency and academically gifted students
   January 28, 2015

The UNC Charlotte Urban Institute is providing weekly maps and data dashboards to highlight relevant statewide education statistics for EducationNC, a nonpartisan, nonprofit news source aiming to create a bipartisan, statewide conversation about public schools. Learn more...

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Mapping N.C. student proficiency
   January 22, 2015

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Mapping N.C. student proficiency, this week's EdMap. Read more


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A new tool to find out-of-school time programs in Mecklenburg
   January 22, 2015

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The Council for Children’s Rights has partnered with the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute to create a locator map of “out-of-school-time” programs in Mecklenburg County. Read more


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Institute to provide maps, data for new nonprofit, EducationNC
   January 12, 2015
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EducationNC – a nonpartisan, nonprofit news source aiming to create a bipartisan, statewide conversation about public schools – launched Jan. 12. The UNC Charlotte Urban Institute will assist EdNC.org by providing data and maps about major trends, issues and challenges facing the state's schools. Read more


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Maps compare teacher turnover at CMS schools
   September 2, 2014

Increasing teacher turnover has been in the news for districts across North Carolina. CMS is no exception. But what does teacher turnover look like when you get down to the individual school? (Graphic: John Chesser) Read more


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SAT scores track income in North Carolina
   June 19, 2014

Want to know which of the state’s public high schools have above-average SAT scores? A map of income is a good place to start. (Image: John Chesser) Read more


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What areas have worst cankerworm problems? See new maps
   June 10, 2014

Although the city arborist says Charlotte's trees are healthy enough, for now, that no more aerial spraying to kill cankerworms is planned for next spring, the city's infestation with the leaf-munching caterpillars remains high. Read more


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Youth Services Catalog
   April 18, 2014

The Youth Services Catalog includes all organizations that provide workforce development services for at-risk and disconnected youth in the Charlotte area.  Read more


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How green is your ZIP code? Charlotte's carbon footprint
   February 6, 2014

Charlotte's carbon footprint is dwarfed by other metro centers like Washington and Atlanta, but within the Charlotte region some areas produce much more carbon than others. Interactive maps from UC Berkeley now let you see the differences by ZIP code. (Graphic: UC Berkeley CoolClimate Network) Read more