Child Trends is a national leader in tracking and analyzing measures of child and family well-being. We have extensive knowledge of the federal statistical system, and experience working with small-scale surveys and administrative data. We excel at spotting, analyzing, and explaining trends that affect children’s well-being, and at helping decision-makers establish appropriate benchmarks and tracking systems.
Child Trends’ DataBank of indicators and trends receives more than 30,000 visits each month. Our national and international work in trend analysis has been featured in the New York Times, MSNBC, NPR, The Washington Post, and other well-known media outlets.