These questions can help your community determine if it is ready to pursue a fiscal mapping process.
Use this worksheet to kick-start your fiscal mapping process and determine the scale and scope of your research.
This rubric provides a place to record decisions made about who to involve in the fiscal mapping project and when to involve them.
It is critical to set parameters for your fiscal mapping process. Use this tool to set parameters based on your goals.
This tool includes sample stakeholder outreach and interview protocols to help gather data efficiently.
This tool, used to capture federal, state, local, and philanthropic funding supporting specific cradle-to-career education goals in a single county, is a sample data collection tool you can use to align to your goals.
This tool is designed to serve as a management and accountability tool that guides your project from planning to communicating results.
For a step-by-step overview of the fiscal mapping process, see this series of four presentations, used in our fiscal mapping community of practice, that highlight best practices and key resources to consider for each stage of the process.
These resources have been developed and road-tested with a community of practice that included eight, place-based urban, suburban, and rural Promise Zone and P3 communities from across the country.