Michigan Data

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Published: 05/23/2014
Over the past seven months, the Center for Michigan has once again engaged thousands of Michigan residents from across the state and asked: What issues do you want candidates to address on the campaign trail – and in the state capitol, once elected?
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Published: 04/01/2014
Released 4/1/14, this report demonstrates how much state averages mask the dramatically different outcomes and conditions experienced by children of diverse races/ethnicity.
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Published: 02/04/2014

Michigan's creative industries paid nearly $3.6 billion in wages to 74,000 employees in more than 9,700 businesses in the state during the 2011 fiscal year, according to a report released by ArtServe Michigan.

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Topic: Michigan Data
Funding Area: Arts and Culture



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Released: 12/2013

The Michigan Cultural Data Project (CDP) is a powerful, online management tool designed to strengthen arts and cultural organizations by gathering reliable, longitudinal data on the sector.

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Funding Area: Arts and Culture



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Released: 04/2013

In partnership with the National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC), the Council of Michigan Foundations (CMF), Michigan Community Service Commission (MCSC), and Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA) and its affiliates have produced the inaugural Michigan Civic Health Index. The report measures the engagement of Michigan residents in important civic activities such as voting, volunteering, interacting with neighbors, community participation, and charitable giving.

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Released: 04/2014

Michigan residents have a long standing tradition of using their time, talent, and treasure to improve and strengthen their communities. Celebrate our collective contributions with the 2014 infographic!

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Released: 04/2014

Lumina Foundation's 5th edition of its signature report on college attainment statistics is designed to track the progress toward its goal of having 60% of Americans hold a post-secondary degree or credential by the year 2025.

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Funding Area: Education



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Released: 03/2015

Our State of Generosity (OSoG) is a partnership of four institutions—the Council of Michigan Foundations; the Michigan Nonprofit Association; the Michigan Community Service Commission; and the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy—that collectively form the backbone of the state’s philanthropic, voluntary, and nonprofit infrastructure. Each of these four partners has invested financial and human resources in the start-up and ongoing operation of the OSoG project. OSoG’s mission is to capture, preserve, analyze, and share the developments, achievements, and experiences that, over a period of 40 years, made Michigan a State of Generosity.

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Released: 09/2014

Sustain Arts is a collaborative effort to connect knowledge and networks, building the collective capacity of the cultural sector, one region at a time. Sustain Arts/SE Michigan is the realization of that endeavor, serving the Detroit-metro area, including Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw, and Wayne counties. The result is Sustain Arts/SE Michigan: A Portrait of the Cultural Ecosystem. This regional key learnings report is available in full and as a visual summary.

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Funding Area: Arts and Culture



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Released: 03/2015

For the past three years, Creative Many Michigan’s Creative State Michigan reports have made an undeniable case for how Michigan’s arts, culture and creativity are contributing richly to Michigan, its people, communities and economic opportunities. This year, we are proud to release our 2015 Creative State Michigan nonprofit report – the fourth edition in this series – which continues to demonstrate the incredible impact Michigan’s nonprofit arts and cultural organizations bring to our state’s economy, the vibrancy of our communities, education of our children and audiences of all ages.

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Funding Area: Arts and Culture



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