Central City Milwaukee Community Indicators
|Year Project Began:||0|
|Year of Last Input:||2014|
|Last Updated:||Jul 28 2017|
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University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
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Milwaukee community indicators reports were initially developed by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Employment and Training Institute with funding from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and the City of Milwaukee to provide independent, timely and ongoing assessment tools to measure short-term and long-term progress toward improving economic and employment well-being of families in central city Milwaukee neighborhoods. Indicators track changes by neighborhood since 1993, prior to the beginning of state and federal welfare reform, and demonstrate the advantages of using administrative and institutional databases to measure dimensions of urban life. The Brookings Institution has identified the ETI neighborhood indicators approach as a national model.