Today we are launching a new tool with myFutureNC to help you visualize educational indicators at the county-level. The County Explorer map tool provides a bird’s eye view of county performance and uses data from the 2020 County Profiles.
To use the County Explorer tool, select an indicator from the drop-down menu in the left sidebar. Information about the county will be displayed in the right side bar, along with a link to the corresponding county profile.
You can select counties by using the drop-down menu in the left sidebar or by selecting a county from the map of North Carolina.
Information available in the County Explorer map tool currently includes outcomes for demographic groups (race/ethnicity, gender, economic status) when that information is available. Future releases will include trends over time.
The County Explorer works best on desktop devices.
Data Available through the County Explorer
Population-level numbers on the county explorer reflect the data used in the 2020 county-level attainment profiles. Data will be updated and refreshed on the site when the 2021/22 county attainment profiles are released.
Indicator choropleth maps and county information that can be selected from the indicator filter drop-down menu include:
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