ALL4SC helps partner school communities use microdata information from the South Carolina Integrated Data System to better understand the health, educational, and social emotional/mental health needs and developmental contexts of their youth and families. The systematic understanding and use of data will support community members’ desire to know more about and have reliable data on their youths’ health outcomes and related academic and social emotional outcomes so that they can address health disparities and be more supportive of children in their community.
How do we help?
- We collaborate with our community and project partners, such as the UofSC Child Development Research Center, the Center for Rural and Primary Healthcare, and the South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs office to identify key variables and findings in data using the SC-Integrated Data System related to the developmental context of youth and families.
- We share and identify results from our analysis of the SC-Integrated Data System with our community partners.
- We identify resources and policies to address targeted needs.