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The 2005 KIDS COUNT Data Book

January 1, 2005

This KIDS COUNT Data Book provides a state-by-state statistical portrait of the educational, health, and economic conditions of American children. The essay examines four...

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Making KIDS COUNT in Rural Northern New England

October 4, 2004

This report pairs focus group feedback and interview answers with quantitative data to tell the story of family economic success in rural Northern New England. It offers...

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State Legislative Leaders' Perceptions of KIDS COUNT

September 30, 2004

This report recaps results from a survey offered to 333 state legislative leaders and devoted to one topic: KIDS COUNT. Readers will learn what the lawmakers think about KIDS...

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State Legislators’ Perceptions of Kids Count

August 19, 2004

This report shares the results of a multi-pronged survey effort dedicated to one cause: KIDS COUNT. It reveals how legislators and their staff really feel about KIDS COUNT and...

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Listening to Learn

July 5, 2004

This report tells the story of the Northwest Rural Communities Project, which gathered resident feedback and relevant statistics to paint a picture of what life is like for...

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A Snapshot of Children on the Texas Border

March 7, 2004

This four-page Kids Count snapshot spotlights what life is like for children on the Texas border. Readers will review the longstanding challenges facing Texas border residents...

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Improving Outcomes for Children with Special Needs

November 1, 2003

This report outlines what it takes to address the needs of kids with disabilities in the state of Rhode Island and what the consequences are for both children and their families...

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Casey Connects: Summer 2003

June 21, 2003

This issue of Casey Connects examines how America’s working poor pay more for staples and shares the Foundation’s recommendations for eliminating the devastating surcharge....

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Perceptions and Misperceptions of America’s Children

June 11, 2003

This working paper begins by reviewing where the general public is mistaken about major issues affecting America’s children. It examines one possible source of this...

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