Kids Count Data Book with Rural and Urban Info

Posted by on July 8, 2005

[posted from CCPH Partnership Matters newsletter]

Kids Count Data Book with Rural and Urban Info

From the Annie E. Casey Foundation, a new report is now available that uses 10 key measures of child well-being to track the conditions of children living in the rural (non-metropolitan) portion of each state as well as 71 large cities across the country. The 10 indicators of child well-being address poverty, family structure, parental employment, housing affordability, and education. A “Rural KIDS COUNT Pocket Guide” and a “City KIDS COUNT Pocket Guide” are also available to accompany the Data Book.

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