2019 Hudson Data Jam Competition

Making data "sing" through creative expression

Now in its sixth year, the Hudson Data Jam Competition challenges students to creatively tell the science stories of the Hudson River watershed.

***Level 3: Blood Lead Levels, Poverty and Housing Trends for Mid-Hudson Valley and NYC

This dataset is in our set of highlighted projects, which means we've developed an expanded metadata file with more background information, resources, and sample inquiry questions. 

Prepared by Carmen Glenn (New Rochelle HS) and Danielle Fridstrom (Webutuck HS)

Childhood lead poisoning is a serious public health concern in New York. In this dataset, students can explore the relationship between childhood lead levels, county, and poverty level, and explore how these relationships have changed over time.

Click here for Blood Levels in Children Data (Excel)

Click here for expanded background information and resources

Data Source: New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH), US Census Bureau (Census)

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