Create Tract-level reports
Choose the survey and the year (ACS 5 year or Decennial Census), click Begin Report.
Click geography, then 140 Census Tract.
Navigate to Pennsylvania > Philadelphia County > Tract numbers (you can selected multiple tracts), Add and Proceed to Tables
Choose desired Table(s), Add, and Show Results
Create Tract-level maps
Click Explore Maps. Then, on the right, Explore, under United States.
Enter school address in the search box. Click correct address in supplied options to go to default population map. Tract boundaries are supplied, based on the automatic zoom level of the map.
Browse by Topic and change data source
In the top-left corner, click (By default, the data selector displays the latest ACS 5-Year Population Density estimate.), select year and category.
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To add / create Map Boundaries
Click on the button at the bottom of the screen, select tracts, or zip codes, or school districts to display these lines.
You can make custom boundaries, such as for catchment areas. Click at page bottom. Option include to draw a boundary, use a radius from a point, or combine existing boundaries.
Includes data from NCES (Common Core of Data, IPEDS, NAEP, Private School Universe Survey) and the Census (ACS). Options to create interactive data maps or view existing Story Maps.
Create statistical tables, maps, charts. Provides State Profiles, State Comparisons, and District Profiles.
Provides QuickStats and PowerStats options
Download selected NCES survey datasets. Select a survey, population, and variables. Select a statistical software package (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R, S-Plus, or SUDAAN) or a generic file format (ASCII or CSV). ECLS-K (Early Childhood Longitudinal Study - Kindergarten Class of 1998-99), ELS (Education Longitudinal Study of 2002), HSLS (High School Longitudinal Study of 2009), NELS (National Education Longitudinal Study of 1988), NHES (National Household Education Survey), SASS (Schools and Staffing and Teacher Follow-up Surveys), and SSOCS (School Survey on Crime and Safety) datasets.