From Microsoft, the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA), National Skills Coalition:
Emerging technologies and the changing global economy demand that people have at least basic digital skills in order to be employed, fully participate in society, and access essential resources. Many state governments have risen to the challenge to help skill up their residents to meet this demand, but more needs to be done. The State Digital Equity Scorecard shows the extent to which states are addressing digital equity. Click here to access the data tool.
From the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) and Argonne National Laboratory:
The National Economic Resilience Data Explorer (NERDE) helps a variety of users across the country with local economic recovery and resilience analysis. The NERDE consolidates information and data on economic distress criteria, COVID-19 impacts to local economies, and the existence and emergence of industry clusters. Click here to access the data tool.
From the Partnership for Southern Equity, Neighborhood Nexus, and archi:
The Metro Atlanta Racial Equity Atlas (MAREA) is designed to offer an immersive, story-centric experience that contextualizes personal narratives with engaging, interactive community data and historical background. Click here to access the data tool.
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The MAX Resource Library is a central clearinghouse for reports, studies, data tools, websites, online portals, and other sources of information related to workforce development to keep workforce partners informed. From data on workforce trends and barriers to the latest on the skills gap and economic mobility, a wealth of information is at your fingertips through this clearinghouse. Resources can be added to the MAX Resource Library through the recommendation of MAX members. The MAX Data Council oversees and informs the ongoing development of the MAX Resource Library