Click September 2021 Horizons for the full text of the September Envision newsletter. Articles on the 2020 census, diversity in corporate leadership, responding to COVID in our increasingly diverse community, and the importance of educational attainment for minorities are highlighted.
Written by Heidi Selberg and Judy Nagel, with thanks to Dave Wegge and Jamie Lynch.
One can identify key signals for upward mobility – “The American Dream” – by comparing the Greater Green Bay area to the rest of Wisconsin and to the United States as a whole and also by comparing it to other industrialized countries. While self-determination has, historically, predicted upward mobility in the U.S., an emerging theory suggests that social supports are also clear signals of such success. Countries with more positive rankings, though, sometimes take unique approaches that are also worth studying. Here we present our key findings on the status of upward mobility in our area.
Written by Jamie Lynch and Brown County Civic Organizations
The 2016 update measures progress using leading indicators of measurement for ten sectors of community life. The 2011 LIFE study remained a dynamic resource for five years. [Click Life Study to access the website for full reports.]