Doing research to improve the lives of children and youth, since 1979
We monitor and examine more than 120 indicators of children's well-being
A a searchable database of over 700 evaluated programs serving children and youth, and research based on those evaluations
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A national knowledge center providing insight on U.S. Latino children and families
Addresses indicator choice and interpretation, data presentation, strategies for maintaining interest in KIDS COUNT reports for the following seven states: Arizona, California, Iowa, Kentucky, New Jersey, North Carolina and Ohio.
Short weekly updates of recent research on children and youth.