1:00-1:40

The Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates Program

Donald Luery, Chief, Small Area Methods Branch U.S. Census Bureau

1:40-2:10

Administrative Records for SNAP, TANF, FDPIR, and Other Programs: Challenges in Using Them to Prepare Counts by School Attendance Areas

Christopher Logan, Policy Analyst, Abt Associates

2:10-2:25

Break

2:25-3:35

Geographical Issues

The Building Blocks: Census Blocks and Tracts Michael Ratcliffe, Geography Division, U.S. Census Bureau

Defining School Attendance Areas from Blocks and Tracts in Philadelphia

Doug Geverdt, Data Integration Division, U.S. Census Bureau

School Attendance Boundary Information System (SABINS)

Salvatore Saporito and Stuart Hamilton, College of William and Mary

3:35-4:15

Local Area Requirements and Challenges: What to Consider in Designing Case Studies

John Endahl, Senior Program Analyst, Food and Nutrition Service, USDA

4:15-5:00

Discussion

5:00

Adjourn

SECOND PANEL MEETING

October 29, 2009

9:30-9:40 am

Introduction of Meeting Participants

9:40-10:25

Income and Welfare Data: Potential Accuracy of ACS Estimates of Eligibility

John Czajka, Mathematica Policy Research



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