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New Atlanta Program in the Works!

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Transcript of New Atlanta Program in the Works!

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Budget
Major Concerns
Why Is this city vulnerable?

Service Plan!
$1.25
Thursday, April 10th, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Decreasing crime while ensuring your child graduates on time!
M.A.C.O.- Metro Atlanta Community Outreach
NPU-V

Help us Help you!

New Atlanta Program in the Works!
Mission Statement:
“To collaborate with community stakeholders to decrease teen incarceration rates increase the number of students graduating from high school and
enrolling in college in Atlanta’s NPU V and NPU X neighborhoods.
Goals
-To reduce crime rates around and on Metropolitan Parkway

- Increase graduation rates from high school and increase college enrollment.

-Decreasing teen incarceration rates

-Improving the safety of the neighborhood

-Improving the quality of the community
Lets Take A Tour
To receive full service members must live no more than 15 miles away from Atlanta Metropolitan parkway in the NPU X and V neighborhoods.

Decreasing dropout and increasing enrollment

-Free tutoring between 3:30- 7pm Mon-Fri
-Small scholarships will be offered to students who complete 100o hours in tutoring services and 500 hours in community service Completed off of Metropolitan Parkway. Community Service is offered Mon-Friday from 3:30-7:30pm, Saturday From 8am-2pm, And Sunday 2-6pm. Transportation is provided.

(Scholarships will be awarded to students applying for Atlanta Tech and Metro State College, Clark Atlanta, or Georgia State University)
Sign up Starts a week before each community service event!

Improving the quality and safety of the community.
-Monthly community meetings/block parties
(Food, Games, fellowship, awards to win prizes)
-Community Service opportunities offered everyday
For every 300 hours of community service that each family complete they will be awared
(In an effort to keep their own community clean and safe)
Sakinah Harrision – Senior Director, Education – Community Engagement – United Way of Greater Atlan
*Everyone is going to agree that there is a problem in this area.

Denise Reveles- LCSW- Coordinator for schools in the area

Several vacant lots, loitering at local businesses, Soliciting, Build up of trash in specific areas, Two open college campuses off of metropolitan parkway
City Data. (2014).http://www.city-data.com/crime/crime-Atlanta-Georgia.html
Location 5300 Metropolitan Parkway, Atlanta, GA previously known as Stewart Ave.
2013 Income
2013 Expenses
Evaluating our Effort
-View enrollment numbers of schools within 15 miles M.A.C.O's location and compare them to those who are using our free tutoring service.
-After a year compare this to college enrollment rates to GA state, Atl Metro, Atl tech, and Clark Atlanta
-Surveys given to community members and business owners off of Metropolitan parkway
-Compare population to see wtho is doing community service

-Partner with school counselors and social workers to get graduation information for students
Partner with enrollment and admissions counselors at Atlanta Metro to get local enrollment information
Partner with local police precincts, probation officers and DJJ to get information on teen incarceration in NPU V & X

Reducing crime rates and incarceration rates

-Police patrol from 8pm- 8am

NPU-X
City of Atlanta. (2014). http://www.atlantaga.gov/index.aspx?page=818
American Graduate-Atlanta. (2012).http://www.americangraduateatl.org/stories/atlanta-public-schools-high-school-graduation-rate-5087
School Rates
-Strength of the community to overcome the problem
-Ways that the community will discourage this
-Possible outcomes
History
The NPU system was established in 1974 by Mayor Maynard Jackson to provide an opportunity for citizens to participate actively in the Comprehensive Development Plan

-A way to prioritize and find the common needs in certain areas in Atlanta

-Metropolitan pkwy intersects both NPU x and NPU v


NPU Atlanta Neighborhood Planning Unit. (2013). http://nputatlanta.org/about.php

longitudinal census database (1970–2000) for the Atlanta metropolitan region,
"The results suggest that unemployment
and rental housing burden were the strongest determinants of levels of poverty and its change across race and subareas, indicating the importance of jobs and affordable rental housing to alleviating poverty and its concentration."

"studies have also shown that many central cities experienced population growth in the 1990s, reversing the historical trajectory of population decline in the previous several decades."

Poverty shouldn't affect your education



Lee, S. (2011). Analyzing Intra-metropolitan Poverty Differentiation: Causes and Consequences of Poverty Expansion to Suburbs in the Metropolitan Atlanta Region. Annals Of Regional Science, 46(1), 37-57. doi:http://dx.doi.org.proxy.kennesaw.edu/10.1007/s00168-009-0324-5
six community-level factors that are likely to impact high school dropout rates
poverty, female-headed households, residential instability, level of community education, the teen birth rate and relative size of the racial group

Rachel, L., & Michael, W. (n.d). Racial differences in high school dropout rates: An analysis of U.S. Metropolitan areas. Research In Social Stratification And Mobility, 29393-413. doi:10.1016/j.rssm.2010.12.007
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