In our recent Regional Snapshot: What have We Learned About Educational Attainment? we look at the change in the past decade in the percentage of the population that has a bachelor’s degree or higher in the metro, county, and local levels. This map shows that change using census tracts in metro Atlanta.
By looking at two distinct 5-year averages from the American Community Survey (2006-2010 and 2011-2015), we can compare change.
The areas in red experienced the greatest increase in residents with at least a Bachelor’s degree, although there is no clear pattern, as there are areas in nearly every county that both lost and gained educated residents.
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