SeeTheGaps is an interactive, multi-disciplinary resource and commentary platform for researchers, practitioners and donors focused on inequality gaps in basic living matters and education by class, socioeconomic status (SES), and race.

What does SeeTheGaps do?

We search for gaps in basic living matters and education and explore how to close them

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Health

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PRENATAL care; problematic environmental issues in home NEIGHBORHOOD; absenteeism and ability of children to focus during ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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Living Matters

Health

Health

The health of a child is important not only for future adult health issues, but can correlate with cognitive and developmental milestones. Early childhood health care is an instrumental input factor for a support structure approach to early childhood intervention programs that yield positive lifelong gains and measurable returns on investment.

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Neighborhood

Neighborhood

Where people live has become a strong predictor of their academic success and socioeconomic status. Neighborhoods, housing and schools have also become highly geographically segregated by race and class.

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Wealth

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Health

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Prenatal

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Neighbourhood

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Income

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Occupation

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Early Childhood

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SES

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We visualize gaps from across data sets and disciplines

We bring together expertise and resources in a categorized, easily understandable, searchable, and inter-connected way

We facilitate cross-disciplinary dialogue

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What are the gaps?

Gaps are the seemingly insurmountable differences between poverty and privilege. They are measured treatments and outcomes between demographic groups on school disciplinary charges, standardized test scores, and rates of incarceration. Gaps can be seen in access to healthcare, the amount of financial reserves a family has saved, the number of books in a home, and words that a child hears by age three. Gaps are subtle, like the availability of public transportation and childcare for working parents, and they are obvious, like segregated housing and schools. Gaps are everywhere and primarily fall along racial and class lines.