The New Mexico Office of African American Affairs data hub, maintained by CCPI, displays data related to the status of African Americans in New Mexico in domains including education, health care, economic empowerment, and community development. OAAA uses this information for advocacy, accountability, policy development and effective decision-making.
This tool shows key outcomes for the New Mexico’s Skill UP Network: Pathways Acceleration in Technology and Healthcare (SUN PATH) program. SUN PATH provides post-secondary workforce training in Allied Health, Health Information Technology, and Emergency Medical Services. The number of students taking part in SUN PATH, completing certificates and degrees, finding employment, and having increased wages are shown by SUN PATH campus.
This tool is meant to help the user understand the reach of New Mexico Association for the Education of Young Children (NMAEYC) T.E.A.C.H. scholarships. The distribution of TEACH scholars is shown by an interactive map that allows selection of legislative district. The user can highlight information showing the places of higher education, total credits earned, and employment sites of scholars.
This tool makes available up-to-date information on all state-funded NM Pre-K and Early PreK programs operating in New Mexico, including those administered by the Children, Youth and Families Department, and the Public Education Department. The visualization shows service capacity by program and county, and estimates current need by county. Data is provided by NM CYFD and NMPED, for SY17 and prior years. Queries may be directed to email@example.com (link sends e-mail).
This tool provides an overview of post-secondary degree granting institutions in the state of New Mexico. Search for schools by geographic location, institution type, and enrollment characteristics.
This tool makes available up-to-date information on all home visiting programs operating in New Mexico, including those funded by the state, federal government, tribal entities, and private organizations.The visualization shows service capacity by program and county, and estimates current need by county. Data is provided by the New Mexico Home Visiting Collaborative, funded by the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Foundation, and will be updated at six month intervals. Queries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org (link sends e-mail).
View some of the custom geography work we do at CEPR using Tableau. This Viz presents SBA proficiency scores for APS schools utilizing attendance boundaries for elementary, middle, and high schools.
This tool makes available results from the most recent iteration of the YRRS. Survey results can be viewed for New Mexico and the United States, as well as by New Mexico Counties. Additionally included are example analyses that highlight some of the features and capabilities of Tableau Software.
This Viz provides an example of student pipeline data using Tableau. View the Advanced Placement Pipeline (AP Enrollment > AP Exam Taking > AP Exam Passing) for school districts in New Mexico disaggregated by sub-group.
View Mission: Graduate's Data Center. For additional details, http://missiongraduatenm.org/ (link is external)
View statewide locations of licensed and registered childcare centers. Search and aggregate by county and/or Census Designated Place. View census tract data and childcare center capacities/counts
The City of ABQ commissioned a study of Mental Health Services to understand unmet behavioral health needs in our community. This tool provides details about behavioral health service providers in Bernalillo County.
This tool un-packs the 2014 County Health Rankings for New Mexico Counties. View a variety of health-related indicators collated by Robert Wood Johnson.