Insights from Four Cities on Community Data and Training

Data Driven Detroit (D3)   (Detroit)
Urban Strategies Council   (Oakland)
University Center for Social and Urban Research   (Pittsburgh)
Public Health - Seattle & King County   (Seattle)

July 2017 to August 2017

In June, the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership and Microsoft released a collection of resources and recommendations on extending and expanding training opportunities for staff at civic organizations and governments to help them leverage data and technology to tackle local priorities.  To illustrate the foundations, learnings, and impacts that informed the NNIP study, four NNIP partners from around the U.S. shared their experiences in developing and operating their local training programs in a series of guest blogs.  


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