Atlanta Regional Housing Forum

HOW COMMUNITY MATTERS:
The Nexus of Education, Communities and Housing

The academic achievement gap between poor and non-poor students is well-known. Low-income children consistently fall behind their peers in test scores, graduation rates, college enrollment, and other measures of academic success. In many cases, low- and moderate-income families cannot afford to live near high-performing, high-scoring schools. A growing body of examples demonstrates that building partnerships between schools, families, affordable housing stakeholders and community organizations can reconnect schools to their communities and improve educational achievements for young people.

Join us for the March 5, 2014 Atlanta Regional Housing Forum with presenters
Dr. Cynthia Kuhlman, Director of Educational Achievement, Cousins Foundation, Inc. and Margaret Stagmeier, President, TI Asset Management.

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 2013  20-County Foreclosure Filings

JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC TOTAL
BARROW        110           90           68           93           95           89        113           76           84           76           47           62       1,003
BARTOW        113           74           80        126        100        115           90           61           64           93           50           57       1,023
CARROLL        130           95           89        115        104           81        117           76           98           78           69           65       1,117
CHEROKEE        242        181        182        195        172        175        163        141        143        159        129        140       2,022
CLAYTON        515        380        382        479        531        377        522        356        353        402        264        299       4,860
COBB        654        533        515        557        551        498        575        450        394        448        354        361       5,890
COWETA        116        102        103        106        104        105        132           74           91           63           58           72       1,126
DEKALB        958        721        718        838        834        743        895        655        600        644        494        563       8,663
DOUGLAS        214        179        139        163        181        157        169        134        168        129        100        130       1,863
FAYETTE        112           77           95        114           77        115           86           47           67           64           53           53           960
FORSYTH        158        115        118        139        124        128        131           86           84        118           83           61       1,345
FULTON        947        755        715        896        822        775        976        630        639        674        550        573       8,952
GWINNETT    1,058        913        771        870        847        827        940        639        680        709        520        525       9,299
HALL        173        189        146        188        148        143        161        137        110        105           86           76       1,662
HENRY        345        309        271        307        296        272        369        211        219        260        196        214       3,269
NEWTON        166        169        136        157        147        153        160        124        109        125        104        114       1,664
PAULDING        241        178        194        238        215        178        223        155        148        174        132        136       2,212
ROCKDALE        122        105        108        136           97        125        148        107           84        110           56           84       1,282
SPALDING           69           56           72           65           55           64           69           44           54           62           44           29           683
WALTON           80           98           70           92           80           76           69           50           44           59           44           48           810
TOTAL    6,523    5,319    4,972    5,874    5,580    5,196    6,108    4,253    4,233    4,552    3,433    3,662    59,705
                         

TOTAL FORECLOSURE FILINGS

2010

2011

2012

2013

State of Georgia

200,430

173,749

149,180

88,156

20 County Metro Atlanta Region

147,984

126,725

106,504

59,705
 

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