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Little Citizens, Big Issues

by HyeSook Chung
on October 30, 2014

Directly from DataKind's blog.....

DataKind Founder and Executive Director Jake Porway has been hosting the IBM Insight conference this week, talking about the latest trends, exciting announcements and, of course, taking multiple selfies for good measure.

by Shana Bartley
on October 29, 2014

DC needs long-term strategies if we want to address infant mortality and promote health equity.

by HyeSook Chung
on October 29, 2014

This blog is part one of a four-part series on big data analytics and the potential impact of our business model. In this first blog, I answer two critical questions: (1) what is big data? And (2) why is big data analytics important for our work?

by HyeSook Chung
on October 28, 2014

Election Day is a week from today, and in DC you can vote before then. Voting isn’t just a right. It’s a responsibility! We are responsible as citizens and as voters for the future of our city, as are our elected officials. The biggest question for me is what do you stand for? Do you stand for DC children?

We look forward to working with new and incumbent members of DC Council, the DC Council Chair and the new Mayor during this critical transition and upcoming budget season to ensure that they are making decisions in the best interests of children.

by HyeSook Chung
on October 24, 2014

New parents often face sticker shock when confronted with the steep cost of child care. That's especially true here in the District, where for working parents who don't qualify for subsidies, child care often costs as much as college tuition--and the cost is rising.  

by HyeSook Chung
on October 20, 2014

In DC early voting started today. As a resident of DC, I’m disappointed with the lack of civic engagement in our city. As a parent and child advocate, I know there are decisions made on the behalf of families every day-- city leaders make decisions that influence the distribution of assets children and their families need. So my question to DC residents: why aren’t we more engaged?

by HyeSook Chung
on October 17, 2014
It’s simple, really.

We aim to ensure all of DC’s children are provided the opportunities they need to be prepared for school and the workforce.

It’s simple, but not easy. How do we imagine we will get there? Well, think of it as working on our ABCs.

A) A Birth to Eight Platform

by Shana Bartley
on October 14, 2014

New data included in the KIDS COUNT Data Center show that median family income among households with children continues to grow in DC. In 2012, the number reached $65,100—that’s a 17% increase from 2011 and a historic high.