Resources

  • KIDS COUNT Data Center
    Access hundreds of measures of child well-being at the online KIDS COUNT Data Center, including national and local data sets. Utilize data within the bounds of a single state or territory, including community-level data; search by location or topic; create profiles, maps, rankings, line graphs, or raw data. Data sets are continually updated and added as they become available.
  • A Guide to Resources for Creating, Locating, and Using Child and Youth Indicator Data (pdf)

    This guide provides brief descriptions of the ever-increasing number of data and information resources available to those who work in the child and youth indicators field. It is a resource useful to the novice and the veteran, to those who work in governance, advocacy, research, and the media.

    Items covered include: books, journals, and other publications related to the identification, measurement, development and use of child indicators; professional newsletters focused on child indicator issues and products; web sites offering data at the national, state, and local levels; research centers focusing on child and youth well-being; and technical resources for those who would like to develop their own indicators web sites.

    Funding for this guide has been generously provided by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

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