Jan 01, 2004
Kristin Anderson Moore,
Laura Lippman,
Brett V. Brown

In the current U.S. indicators system, measures of child well-being focus primarily on negative outcomes and problems. We measure and track those behaviors that adults wish to prevent. For the most part, the indicators system does not monitor positive development and outcomes. Such a system of child well-being indicators lacks the breadth and balance required in a science-based measurement system.

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Kristin Anderson Moore
Laura Lippman
Brett V. Brown