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KIDS COUNT Data Book Addresses Trends in Child Well Being

July 3, 2013

Report CoverThe Annie E. Casey Foundation has released its 2013 KIDS COUNT Data Book. This publication provides state and national data on 16 key indicators of child well-being across four domains—economics, education, health, and family and community—and state rankings. Children continue to progress in the education and health domains despite the growing poverty rate. New data on America‚Äôs youngest children contribute to the ongoing conversation on the importance of early childhood education.

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Download the 2013 KIDS COUNT Data Book or order a print copy.

View infographics from the Data Book.

On the KIDS COUNT Data Center access hundreds of indicators, download data, and create reports and graphics on child and family well-being.