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Comprehensive Youth Opportunities
School, and Afterschool Program Map. Youth specific assets in North Minneapolis include childcare resources, schools, and youth programming. These resources are vital for caring for and educating children, and for allowing parents to work outside the home, and decrease the numbers of unsupervised youth. Childcare is an important resource because having easy access to childcare resources increases a mother’s likelihood of having a paying job. Center-based and family-based childcare can help prepare young, low-income children for school, and enrollment in childcare can increase the quality of parent-child interactions. Public schools benefit the entire society by educating the vast majority of American students. Education reduces chronic disease and creates more stable neighborhoods. Youth programming can help young people be successful and build stronger communities.
This map includes tabs for three different ages groups of children: early childhood (ages 0-4), elementary and middle school (ages 5-14), and high school (ages 15-18). For each tab, people can view associated educational, childcare, and youth programming resources. Clicking on the different aspects of the map will give people more specific information about that programming, and organizers can add programs into calendar and events as agency info. This map allows people to observe if that is adequate for – where children live and where the resources, that serve those children are located.
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