New Casey Report Recommends Policies to Help Millions of Children With Incarcerated Parents

More than 5.1 million U.S. kids have a parent who has served time. In a new report, A Shared Sentence: The Devastating Toll of Parental Incarceration on Kids, Families and Communities, the Annie E. Casey Foundation recommended policy reforms that would help millions of children who struggle with emotional and financial instability as a result of having an incarcerated parent.

April 25, 2016

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Does Your Change Agenda Value Data Disaggregated by Race and Ethnicity?

To gain a deeper understanding of how specific groups of people or specific areas are faring, it is important to disaggregate data. The Casey Foundation is promoting that idea by publishing By the Numbers, the second installment in the Race for Results Case Study Series. In the case study, the authors look at work done in Minnesota to focus on racial equity.

April 4, 2016

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New Report: KIDS COUNT Shows Value of Long-Term Philanthropic Investment

For more than 25 years, KIDS COUNT has been the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s flagship investment for providing public officials and child advocates with data, tools and policy recommendations to improve outcomes for vulnerable children.A new report tells the story of how a single data book documenting measures of child well-being tranformed into a mission-critical vehicle for building bipartisan support for proven solutions and policy change.

March 18, 2016

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Jumpstarting Policy Conversations That Address Racial Inequities

To get people talking, the Annie E. Casey Foundation has developed “It’s Time to Talk: How to Start Conversations About Racial Inequities.” In this report, the Foundation’s KIDS COUNT state partners in Nebraska, Wisconsin and Washington tell how thoughtful, data-driven community dialogue can move the needle toward equity and inspire leaders to convene conversations on race in their own jurisdictions.

November 18, 2015

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