As the pandemic shows no signs of abating, many of us are wondering if the spread of the delta variant of the virus will necessitate a return to remote learning this fall and, if so, which communities are at greatest risk of exacerbated inequalities. To answer these questions, we’ve added new data to PolicyMap: school remote learning and reopening rates for the 2020-2021 school year, as well as weekly updates on remote/hybrid/in-person school tracker data for fall and winter 2021.
Concern over the state of small business, devastated by mandated lockdowns and restrictions, continues to rise. Understanding the loan programs available to small businesses is increasingly important in economic recovery. Data on the SBA’s most popular loan programs – 7(a) and 504 – is now on PolicyMap.
The pandemic is ongoing, and many small businesses are still in need of assistance. Data can help inform continued response to the COVID-19 crisis. Understanding and evaluating the impact of the PPP loan program is critical, and tracking PPP investments and business closure could identify gaps in the program’s initial reach.
PolicyMap is proud to announce our partnership with the NYU Furman Center, a joint center of the New York University School of Law and the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School […]
Premium subscribers and Enterprise License users can now access data from Moody’s Analytics that show market trends for single-family homes.
PolicyMap is a one-stop shop for visualizing nationally available data that can facilitate the open conversations needed to guide the implementation of fair housing practices in neighborhoods across the United States.
While federal fair housing protections have been recently reintroduced, fair housing advocates suggest more is needed to ameliorate the numerous effects of historic unfair lending practices on today’s Americans.
PolicyMap recently added vaccination data from the CDC to our platform. The data shows the percentage of people vaccinated by state, who received one or two doses, and those fully vaccinated.
With April job growth far less than anticipated, many agree that circumstances facing women played a major role in current employment rates.