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    • 1. BUSH FOUNDATION State of the Region….
    • 2. People
    • 3. Where People Are Population by place, 2000 Source: US Census Bureau Prepared by: University of Idaho Indicators Team 1 dot = 100 people
    • 4. Population in our Region
      • Total Population 6.6 million (206 counties)
      • Twin Cities 3.1 million (9 counties)
      • All Other Metro 1.1 million (13 counties)
      • White 5.9 m Black .24 m
      • Hispanic .22 m Asian .20 m
      • Indian .16 m Reservation . 12 m
      • [ ACS Survey , 2006]
    • 5. Place : Metro, Regional, Rural Source: US Census Bureau Prepared by: University of Idaho Indicators Team Metro counties Regional counties Rural counties COUNTY TYPE
    • 6. Population by place, 2000 Source: US Census Bureau Prepared by: University of Idaho Indicators Team 1 dot = 100 American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Black or African American Hispanic
    • 7. Growth: Cities, Recreation, Reservations Population gains and losses, 1990-2006 Source: US Census Bureau Prepared by: University of Idaho Indicators Team
    • 8. Sources of Population Change 2000-2006
    • 9. Projected Population Changes Slow growth - No growth - Shrinkage
    • 10. Increasing Diversity Population Change 2000-2030
    • 11. Aging Population: Future Orientation Getting Shorter
    • 12. Economy
    • 13.
      • Economic Concentration, 2004
      Source: USDA ERS Prepared by: University of Idaho Indicators Team Native American Reservations and Trust Lands
    • 14. Percentage Change in GDP 1997-2006
    • 15.
      • Wide Variance in Employment Rate
      • % 16 yrs + Employed 2006
      Source: US Census Bureau; Bureau of Labor Statistics Prepared by: University of Idaho Indicators Team Native American Reservations and Trust Lands
    • 16. High but Declining Employment Rate
    • 17.
      • Wide Variance in Average Wage per Job 2006
      Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis Prepared by: University of Idaho Indicators Team Native American Reservations and Trust Lands
    • 18. Flattening of Wages
    • 19. Most of the Poor are in Cities Source: US Census Bureau Prepared by: University of Idaho Indicators Team 1 dot = 100 people in poverty 1 in 1999
    • 20. Poverty Most Concentrated and Persistent on Reservations
    • 21. Creativity
    • 22. More Creativity = Higher Wages
    • 23.
      • Creative Jobs
      • Percent of employment, 2000
      Source: USDA Economic Research Service Prepared by: University of Idaho Indicators Team Native American Reservations and Trust Lands
    • 24. Creative Industries in the Region
    • 25. Education
    • 26. Education Matters: Earnings Source: US Census Bureau, 2006 American Community Survey
    • 27. Education Matters: Economic Growth
    • 28. High School Graduates Declining State 2007 2017 Net Percentage Minnesota 59,410 55,190 -7.1% North Dakota 7,410 5,640 -23.9% South Dakota 8,340 7,190 -13.8%
    • 29. Education: Good – Not Great
    • 30. Progress in Math, Not in Reading
    • 31. Spending More – Not getting Enough Total Revenues Per Student vs. Inflation Overall Consumer Prices (CPI-U) increase on $4,000 per student revenue in 1989
    • 32. Education Potential Lost Bush Region Composite
    • 33. Education: Potential Lost 4 Year HS Graduation Rate (2004-2005)
    • 34. Changing Diversity of HS Graduates 2002-2014 WICHE 2003
    • 35. Impact of Early Childhood Education
    • 36. Effective Teaching Accumulates So Does Ineffective Teaching
    • 37. “ By our estimates from Texas schools, having an above average teacher for five years running can completely close the average gap between low-income students and others.” John Kain and Eric Hanushek
    • 38. Health
    • 39. Health: Better Here - For Some 2005 Years of Potential Life Lost (YPLL) before age 75
    • 40. Getting Better: Disparities Remain Change in Years of Potential Life Lost 1990-2005 Minnesota North Dakota South Dakota 2005 % Change 2005 % Change 2005 % Change White 5074 -16% 5943 -7% 5241 -3% Black 8849 -34% - - - - Indian 13646 -6% 14528 -4% 18146 -20% Asian 3818 -20% - - - - Hispanic 4048 -21% 2556 -38% 5241 +58% All 5329 -16% 6371 -6% 7273 -6%
    • 41. Behavior Matters - Causes of Death YPLL 2005
    • 42. Behavior Matters: Health Epidemics
    • 43. Rising Cost of Health Care
    • 44. Cost of Obesity
      • Increase in Health Care Costs in MN if Obesity Trends Continue
      • By 2010 8%
      • By 2020 25%
    • 45.
      • Rural and Reservations Least Insured
      • Individuals without health insurance, all ages, 2000
      Source: US Census Bureau Prepared by: University of Idaho Indicators Team Native American Reservations and Trust Lands
    • 46. Independent Sector
    • 47. Unequal Philanthropic Resources 2005
      • Foundation assets per capita
      • US $1875
      • MN $2315
      • ND $296
      • SD $458
      • Foundation giving per capita
      • US $124
      • MN $144
      • ND $15
      • SD $30
    • 48. Unequal Non-profit Resources
    • 49. Bush Funding In Region
      • In Minnesota
      • 5% of the total giving of the top 50 foundations
      • 4th largest giver
      • In North Dakota
      • 25% of the total giving of the top 50 foundations
      • 2nd largest giver
      • In South Dakota
      • 42% of the total giving of the top 50 foundations
      • Largest giver
    • 50. Bush Funding by Category 2006
    • 51. Quality of Leadership
    • 52. Accelerating Leadership Change
      • Non-profits Nationally
      • Changed CEO last 10 yrs. – 57%
      • Change CEO next 5 yrs. – 65%
      • Community Foundations Nationally
      • Same CEO last 10 yrs. – 61%
      • Change CEO next 5 yrs. – 55%
    • 53. Quality of State Management 2005 Government Performance Project, Governing Magazine, Pew Charitable Trusts
    • 54. What PCH Heard on the Road Re: Bush
      • Bush = ?
      • Bush = Leadership
      • Bush = Process
      • Want to be partner
    • 55. What PCH Heard on the Road: Re: Issues in the Region
      • Change : adapting to growth and decline
      • Leadership : turnover; development for future
      • Disparities
      • Health : conditions, care, coverage, cost
    • 56. What PCH Heard on the Road: Re: Issues in the Region
      • Education : declining #s, lost potential
      • Labor force shortages
      • Tribes : governance, stability, conditions
      • New ideas for problems/challenges
    • 57. BUSH FOUNDATION State of the Region….