This Dashboard is a tool for collective action.

This dashboard shows the community outcomes and indicators that One Community Pueblo has selected to measure and track.  With this tool, Pueblo community members can use current data to see the strengths and weaknesses in their community, how the indicators impact each other, and how members can work together to improve the results. We are good at tracking negative factors or problems.  We encourage the development of tools to determine the success of the protective factors that influence families and children. 

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Key to Arrow Icons
           
A green arrow is good. Up means the indicator measurement has increased in a good way. Down means the indicator has decreased in a good way. A red arrow is bad. Up means the indicator measurement has increased in a bad way. Down means the indicator has decreased in a bad way. A yellow indicator means that the data has not changed since the previous measurement. An orange indicator means that there was no previous data available.

 

 Quick Links to Outcomes:

►Babies are Born Healthy    ►Youth Become Adults Before Being Parents   ►Significant Attachment to a Nurturing Adult   

►Children and Youth Feel Connected to Supportive Family/Caregiver    ►Children and Youth Avoid Risk Behaviors   

► Youth Have Positive Social Skills    ► Youth Have Good Mental Health and are Emotionally Resilient   

► Youth Graduate from High School College and Career Ready    ► Children Enter Kindergarten Ready to Succeed   

► Children and Youth Succeed in School    ► Children and Youth are Physically Healthy   

► Children and Youth Respect Diversity and are Culturally Responsive   ► Children and Safety   

► Families in Pueblo Have the Resources to Nurture Their Children   

 
  Outcomes and Indicators Year Pueblo Change Since
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Babies are Born Healthy

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2014 8.7% +0.3 8.8% -
2014 7.9% -1.8 3.4% -0.5
2014 13.6% -2.1 6.7% -0.4
2014 76.5% +2.9 80.1% -0.7
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Youth Become Adults Before Being Parents

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2014 30.7 -10.6

19.4

-3.6
2014 39   877  
2014 125   2484  
2015 46.5% -6.5 35.4% +2.3
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Significant Attachment to a Nurturing Adult

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2015 15.3 +1.7 7.4 -
  • Know an adult who they could talk to or go to for help
2015 62.3   71.3  
  • Agree that teachers care about them and provide encouragement
2015 47.8   60.9  
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Children and Youth Feel Connected to Supportive Family/Caregiver

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2015 15.3 +1.7 7.4 -
 

1610

+380

24685

 +623
  • Could ask parents/guardians for help with personal problems
2015 78.2% +1.5 82.4% +4.2
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Children and Youth Avoid Risk Behaviors

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2013 17.8%   6.2%  
2015 35.4% -6.6

30.2%

-0.8
2013 22.8%   5.1%  
2015 30.1% -2.1 21.2% +1.5
2015 10.0% +0.2

5.6%

-0.2
  • Use of prescription drugs in the last 30 days without a doctor's prescription
2015 11.9%  

6.7%

 

 

  • Use of ecstasy one or more times in life
2015 8.8%   5.5%  
 
  • Use of heroin one or more times in life
2015 6.3%   2.0%  
 
  • Use of methamphetamines one or more times in life
2015 6.6%   2.4%  
 
  • Use of steroids one or more times without a doctor's prescription
2015 5.5%   2.7%  
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Youth Have Positive Social Skills

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  • School extra-curricular activity participation
    Pueblo:  grades 7-12 
    All Colorado - grades 6-12
2015 67.2% +3.4 69.3% +0.7
2015-2016 2018 +771 57,920 +3,232
2015-2016 752 -371 57,920 +3,232
2015 56.3% -2.1 60.1% -1.3
  • Pro social peer interactions
  69.0%      
 
  • Youth assets checklist
  Positive Youth Development Survey provided on this site for local use  
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Youth Have Good Mental Health and are Emotionally Resilient

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  • Felt sad or hopeless almost every day for 2 weeks or more in a row during the past 12 months (Grades 6-8)
2015 40.5%   27.2%  
  • Felt sad or hopeless almost every day for 2 weeks or more in a row during the past 12 months (Grades 9-12)
2015 34.5%   29.5%  
  • Have seriously considered suicide during the past 12 months (Grades 6-8)
2015 30.8% +3.8 17.3% -0.7
  • Have seriously considered suicide during the past 12 months (Grades 9-12)
2015 21.0% +3.1 17.4% +2.9
  • Made a plan about suicide during the past 12 months (Grades 6-8)
2015 22.7% +3.1    
  • Made a plan about suicide during the past 12 months (Grades 9-12)
2015 18.1% +5.0

14.1%

+2.1
  • Have attempted suicide during the past 12 months (Grades 6-8)
2015 9.6%   6.4%  
  • Have attempted suicide during the past 12 months (Grades 9-12)
2015 11.5%   7.8%  
  • Attempted suicide in the past 12 months resulted in an injury or poisoning (Grades 9-12)
2015 4.2% +0.7 3.0% +0.7
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Youth Graduate from High School College and Career Ready

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2014-2015 4.1% +1.2 2.5% +0.1
2014-2015 1.3% -0.4 2.5% +0.1
Class of 2015 71.3% -0.6 77.3% -
Class of 2015 82.1% -1.2 77.3% -
Cohort of 2014 54.4% +2.1 34.2% -2.8
Cohort of 2014 39.5% -8.1 34.2% -2.8
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Children Enter Kindergarten Ready to Succeed

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2015 100% - 76.1 +2.0
2009-2013 39.9%   49.4%  
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Children and Youth Succeed in School

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  • 4th Grade NOT proficient in Reading
2016 64.2%   58.3%  
  • Math proficiency - CMAS
2016 19.2%   29.9%  
  • English Language Arts proficiency -CMAS
2016 33.4%   39.7%  
  • Science proficiency - CMAS
2016 23.4%   33.1%  

 

  • Importance of finishing HS
2013 98.1% +2.2 %  
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Children and Youth are Physically Healthy

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2015 16.7%   12.5%  
2015 48.9%   51.9%  
  • At least 60 minute exercise per day on ALL SEVEN days of the past week
2015 29.7%   27.8%  
2014 2.0% -4.3 6.3% -2.7
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Children and Youth Respect Diversity and are Culturally Responsive

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  • GLBT
  Measures not determined  
  • Race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, disability, class
  Measures not determined  
  • Disproprortionate minority contact in juvenile justice system
  Measures not determined  
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Children and Safety

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2013

51.5% (grades 7 & 8)

  47.3%  
2015 20.5% +2.1 20.1% +0.4
2013 26.3% (grades 7&8)   22.6%  
2015 16.2% +1.8 15.1% +0.1
2013 58.8%   38.6%  
2015 26.1% +2.4 20.1% -
2015 85.0% -2.3 91.1% +1.5
2014 5.5 +0.4 7.8 -0.3
2014 15.3 +1.7 7.4 -
2014 5.7 -1.3 4.8 -0.3
2014 20.4 +3.5 15.2 -2
2014 90.3 +36.1 44.6 -3.8
  • Threatened or injured by gang activity in the past 12 months
2015 10.2%   6.8%  
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Families in Pueblo Have the Resources to Nurture Their Children

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2014 25.3% -2.1 15.6% -1.2
2014 $41,382 +30 $61,324 +2382
2014 19.3% +0.2 13.1% -0.1
2016 5.5 -1.8 3.8 -1.2

 

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