This brief examines the middle and high school outcomes of long-term English speakers in the Houston region, with a specific focus on how the timing of reclassification was associated with academic achievement and school engagement.
This study examined the availability and access to Career and Technical Education programs in HISD.
In-depth interviews with Houston-area parents in affluent neighborhoods sheds light on how families select schools.
Library of publicly available data sets on race
Now in its second year, the Kinder Institute’s Copenhagen Area Survey provides insight into the evolution of public opinions in a place widely considered to have some of the happiest residents in the world.
The rich data from this research provide a rare opportunity to explore systematically the experiences and perspectives of the different Hispanic communities over time and to assess their prospects for the future.
Drawing on more than a decade worth of survey data, this report breaks down health disparities in the Houston area.
This report presents some of the most important findings from the Houston Education Survey, the second of three focused surveys that are together called the “SHEA” studies (“Surveys of Health, Education, and the Arts”).
Survey data provides insight into Houston's diverse Asian communities.
This report uses survey data to answer this question: How do Harris County residents experience the arts in their lives?
A joint report analyzing Census data from 1990, 2000 and 2010.
Drawing on more than 20 years of survey data, this report seeks to tell the story of Houston and its communities.
With immigration and economic transformation guiding shifts in the Houston area and across the country, this report draws on several years worth of survey data to capture the way these new realities are being experienced by members of Houston's ethnic populations.