We have landed on these four data points that help us tell if regional economic and social mobility is ultimately improving. We monitor these measures trend-over-time. When these metrics move in the “right” direction, they are associated with improvements in economic and social mobility. Progress around each is indicated in the dials below.
What shared targets have we set for these metrics?
RMP has adopted its first shared target that by 2025, 50% (est. n = 193,000) of adults in Adams and Broomfield Counties will earn a post-high school certificate, credential, or degree.
- That is an increase of an estimated 45,800 people.
- This includes eliminating equity gaps between all racial and ethnic groups. Additional shared targets will be established over time.
This target was set in alignment with the statewide attainment goal of 66% of adults obtaining a credential or degree.
Additional targets are being identified and set.
What work are we doing towards our ultimate impact?
We have adopted four collective work areas towards our vision and mission that will help close equity gaps and meet critical community needs that have been exacerbated by the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more by clicking the button below.Learn More