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Child Development I & II Educ& 115 & 122: Internet

Child development from prenatal to early adolescence.

What is this page for?

This page provides some reliable and relevant resources available on the Internet

State / National Statistics

A publication by the Annie E. Casey Foundation and Children Now. 
  • National trends in child well-being, comparing how children were faring before the economic crisis to how they are faring in its aftermath.
  • State rankings on overall child well-being on four major domains (economic, education, health, and family and community) and on 16 individual indicators.
  • Data on how child well-being varies by race/ethnicity and for young children.
  • Information about how to access national and state profiles and additional data on child well-being at the KIDS COUNT Data Center,

America's Children in Brief: Key National Indicators of Well-being 2020
From Decades of collaboration by agencies across the Federal Government to advance understanding of our Nation's children and what may be needed to bring them a better tomorrow. Federal and private agencies collect and report data on children's behavior, economic circumstances, education, environment, health, and demographics.


Child Development Organizations

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