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2010 KIDS COUNT Data Book

Thank you for your interest in the release of the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s 2010 KIDS COUNT Data Book and Data Center, which provides national and state-by-state data and statistical trends on the condition of America’s children and families.

2010 KIDS COUNT Data Book

  • The 2010 KIDS COUNT Data Book is now available. Download the book, national and state profiles, and state rankings on 10 indicators of child well-being. Customize your own maps, graphs, and charts and share them or add them to your blog or website. Visit the Data Center for details. 

Data Book Webinar

  • During a special pre-release webinar, Laura Beavers, national KIDS COUNT coordinator, and Patrick McCarthy, president and CEO of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, discussed the findings of 2010 Data Book and how the federal government can take steps to improve the collection of data on our nation's children. View archived webinar.

News Releases and Fact Sheets

KIDS COUNT Data Center

  • The KIDS COUNT Data Center offers national, state, county, and city data with customizable maps and charts. New data available on July 27 at 12:01am EDT.

Connect with KIDS COUNT:

For media inquiries, contact:

Kim Varner - (202) 842-3600 x254;

Sue Lin Chong – (410) 223-2836;