TRACKING AND MEASURING WHAT WE VALUE AS A COMMUNITY
HIGHLIGHTING LOCAL INITIATIVES
FINDING COMMUNITY RESOURCES
BUILDING & SHARING
About 72 percent of the people who were eligible to vote in Forsyth County in 2012 actually did, up from 67.3 percent in 2008.
Read the MPR: Electoral Participation 2013.
Source: Winston-Salem Journal
Date: September 25, 2013
Designed as a springboard for community conversations and future research, the study is an initial attempt to capture the singular and collective capital of a sample of Forsyth County’s Faith-Based Community Organizations.
Read it here.
Source: Forsyth Futures
Date: April 25, 2013
This report provides information about how prepared Forsyth County children are for kindergarten, the opportunities that are available for high quality pre-school child care and the affordability of early education care.
This report provides a description of the electoral participation indicator, identifies measures of electoral participation, and establishes benchmarks for continuing to make progress.
This report provides a description of the homelessness indicator, identifies measures of homelessness and key findings, and examines what is needed in Forsyth County to continue to make progress.
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