2014 State Data Books from the KIDS COUNT Network

Posted May 15, 2014
By the Annie E. Casey Foundation
Blog 2014statedatabookfromkidscountnetwork 2014

KIDS COUNT Net­work mem­bers use data to advo­cate for poli­cies and prac­tices that sup­port fam­i­lies in car­ing for their chil­dren and help chil­dren get on track for life­long suc­cess. With our sup­port, many of these orga­ni­za­tions pub­lish local KIDS COUNT data prod­ucts with state and coun­ty statistics.

In 2014, the fol­low­ing orga­ni­za­tions have released a state fact or data book:

Advo­cates for Chil­dren of New Jersey
New Jer­sey Kids Count 2014

Col­orado Chil­dren’s Campaign
2014 KIDS COUNT in Colorado!

KIDS COUNT in Delaware
Fact Book 2014

Mis­sis­sip­pi KIDS COUNT
2014 Fact Book

Rhode Island KIDS COUNT
2014 Rhode Island Kids Count Factbook

South Dako­ta KIDS COUNT
2013 South Dako­ta Factbook

U.S. Vir­gin Islands Kids Count
Chil­dren in the U.S. Vir­gin Islands: Results from the 2010 Cen­sus (PDF)

Voic­es for Chil­dren in Nebraska
2013 Kids Count in Nebras­ka Report

Voic­es for Illi­nois Children
Illi­nois Kids Count 2014

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