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Transcript: More than two-thirds of FRC clients use Spanish as their primary language (68%). While 86% of FRC clients are Latino/Hispanic, many of them use English as their primary language. copy and paste as needed to add notes to your brainstorm Outcome Measure 2001 00,000 Approximately two out of every five FRC families use CalFresh (41%), the government subsidized food program. The share of those using CalFresh in the past few years shows the growing needs of FRC families. ELEMENTS Individuals Descriptive text detailing what the outcome measured Outcome Measure Outcome Measure Outcome Measure Families Sample Family Resource Center Sample Family Resource Center is a community-based collaborative with the capacity to provide on-site access to comprehensive prevention and treatment services. Our mission is to end the cycle of child abuse by strengthening at-risk families and building safe, supportive communities. This presentation offers outcome data from select assessment tools captured in a customized database for the 2013-2014 Fiscal Year. Descriptive text detailing what the outcome measured Outcome Measure 00,000 We served: Descriptive text detailing what the outcome measured Health Insurance 00,000 Our Clients Over 17% of Orange County residents do not have health insurance coverage (2012 ACS) compared to 28% of FRC clients who are uninsured. Half of adults are uninsured and “pay out of pocket” while the vast majority of children (80%) are covered by government health insurance programs. Family Income Outcome Measure Descriptive text detailing what the outcome measured According to the 2012 American Community Survey (ACS), the median family income in Orange County was $81,653. More than 70% of all Orange County families have an annual income over $50,000. In comparison, over 50% of FRC families make less than $15,000 annually. 17% of FRC families receive CalWorks. 2002 Descriptive text detailing what the outcome measured Children Descriptive text detailing what the outcome measured Ethnicity and Language Annual Outcome Highlights Government Food Program by age Describe the chart if needed

Collegiate Financial Data

Transcript: St. Johns Syracuse NYU Albany Harvard Yale Princeton Cornell Brown Mean of x = 19471.3 y = 36683.73 Public schools significantly open the gap betweens themselves and public schools once financial aid is thrown into the equation. Median Earning 10 Years After Enrollment John Mastellone Dae Jin Yuk All Together Conclusion (Needs to be Edited) Mean of x = 38617.97 y = 38068.25 Comparisons between IVY league schools On all of our graphs the red graph(x) = public schools while the blue graph(y) = private schools Income Bracket Breakdown This comparison is seen by many to be the most effective way of helping to determine the right school for you Graduate Debt T- Test T = -27.266, df = 1703.2, p-value = 2.2 e ^ 16 The t test shows a huge difference between the two with approximately $3000-$2000 worth of debt less for public school students versus those who attended private schools. Average Total Costs of Schools Price broken down by Income brackets There is a definite difference between schools that make you money and schools that make financial sense. Mean of x = 13313.83 y = 20739.80 Albany St. Rose RPI Sage Siena Our project focuses on the difference in price of a public versus a private college Can statistics help you make the right decison about college Median Earning 8 Years After Enrollment T-Test T = .555, df = 1373.9, p-value = .5789 Comparisons between SUNY schools Other Colleges in the New York area The average median public schools sticker costs are approximately $18000-$16000 dollars cheaper with a 95% confidence interval Private Schools Net Prices T-Test T = 1.0282, df = 1381, p-value = .304 Sticker Price- Total Cost of Public v. Private Education Average Net Price of School Price Post graduation public school debt is lower than private school debt T-Test T = -42.119, df = 1584.7, p-value = 2.2 e ^ 16 Median Debt Earned After Graduation The difference between the cost of a school and the price that a student pays is that price is the amount after student financial aid is taken into consideration Mean of x = 21754.74 y = 24438.80 Median Earnings 6 years after enrollment Other colleges in the Albany/Capital region Public Schools Net Prices Mean of x = 42397.14 y = 41867.38 Albany Cortland Buffalo Binghamton Oneanta Conclusion about Earnings T-Test T = -10.275, df = 1262.3, p-value = 2.2 e ^16 These past three graphs have shown that public and private school graduates earn approximately the same amount of money 2,4, and 6 years after their graduation This leads to our conclusion that paying more for your education doesn't mean you will earn more after graduation Public v. Private Education T-Test T = .902, df = 1352.6, p-value = .367 Mean of x = 33387.28 y = 33120.86

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