Studer Community Institute Reports
The Studer Community Institute publishes reports focused on education and early learning. Read past reports via the links below or view downloadable PDFs.
Building Blocks Magazine
Read the online version of our 2019 Early Learning magazine Building Blocks.
Pensacola Metro Dashboard
SCI developed the dashboard in consultation with the University of West Florida, whose researchers helped us settle on 16 metrics that gauge the economic, educational and social well-being of the community.
TMW Tips: How To Build A Baby’s Brain
The tips offer practical advice for parents and caregivers to exposure young children to more words.
Meeting the Challenge
A visit to each of Escambia County's 11 low-graded elementary schools reveals challenges, hopes.
Quality From 0 to 5
As we learned, there are challenges in determining "quality," but recognizing and rewarding it — and making sure it is accessible — is something local officials are focusing on.
Pockets of Poverty
If an image is worth 1,000 words, the image below isn’t kind to Escambia County.
Progress Starts Here
At the county-by-county level, data from the Studer Community Institute Pensacola Metro Dashboard shows Santa Rosa facing growing pains and Escambia dealing with the impact of poverty on the community as a whole.
Dashboard 2015 What gets measured gets improved
The Studer Community Institute’s Pensacola Metro Dashboard update for 2015 shows progress in many areas — and work still to do to improve the quality of life in the community.
Early Learning Overview
In working with many local and state resources and experts, as well as utilizing resources from the University of Chicago, a leader in early brain development, the steps have been identified that will help every child be ready for kindergarten.
Early Learning Initiatives
An Early Learning City is community that give parents the tools, advice and support they need to help their children be ready for kindergarten. From healthcare to business, everyone has a part to play.