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Message ID: 9670
Date: 2014-07-29

Author:aa17

Subject:The 2014 KIDS COUNT Data Book Now Available from The Annie E. Casey Foundation

Here are the latest data, reports and news from the Annie E. Casey Foundation View this email in your browser The Annie E. News In Its 25th Edition, New KIDS COUNT Data Book Highlights Wins in Child Well-Being Since 1990 Demographic, social and economic shifts since 1990, combined with federal and state policy efforts, have significantly shaped child well-being today, says the Annie E. Casey Foundation in its 2014 KIDS COUNT Data Book . Looking back on major trends in child health and development since the year of its first Data Book, the Foundation finds a number of improvements for children . More kids are attending preschool, are proficient academically and are healthier than in 1990. However, the economic recovery for families following the recession continues to be slow, and concerns about inequalities in opportunities for children in low-income families are growing. In addition to new data analysis, the report features success stories from child advocates across the country. Read, download or order the 2014 KIDS COUNT Data Book Share Tweet Forward KIDS COUNT Index Shows Movement at Top and Bottom of State Rankings on Child Well-Being Massachusetts moved into the No. 1 spot in the Casey Foundation’s annual ranking of states on overall child well-being. New Hampshire, which has been at the top for a number of years, fell to No. 4. Rankings are based on 16 indicators covering the domains of economic well-being, health, education and family and community, in which states also are ranked. After moving out of the No. 50 spot for the first time in the index’s history in 2013, Mississippi fell back to the bottom in the latest ranking. It’s joined by Nevada and New Mexico (which moved out of last place). Three southwestern states — Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico — are once again in the bottom five for overall child well-being. Explore your state's rankings and data Share Tweet Forward Other recent items from www.aecf.org : * The Power of Sector Strategies: Meeting the Needs of Workers and Employers * Race for Results: Building a Path to Opportunity for All Children * On the Frontline: Improving Child Protective Investigations Read more at www.aecf.org Copyright © 2014 The Annie E. Casey Foundation, All rights reserved. Our mailing address is: The Annie E. Casey Foundation 701 St Paul St Baltimore, MD 21202 Web site: www.aecf.org

Here are the latest data, reports and news from the Annie E. Casey Foundation View this email in your browser The Annie E. News In Its 25th Edition, New KIDS COUNT Data Book Highlights Wins in Child Well-Being Since 1990 Demographic, social and economic shifts since 1990, combined with federal and state policy efforts, have significantly shaped child well-being today, says the Annie E. Casey Foundation in its 2014 KIDS COUNT Data Book . Looking back on major trends in child health and development since the year of its first Data Book, the Foundation finds a number of improvements for children . More kids are attending preschool, are proficient academically and are healthier than in 1990. However, the economic recovery for families following the recession continues to be slow, and concerns about inequalities in opportunities for children in low-income families are growing. In addition to new data analysis, the report features success stories from child advocates across the country. Read, download or order the 2014 KIDS COUNT Data Book Share Tweet Forward KIDS COUNT Index Shows Movement at Top and Bottom of State Rankings on Child Well-Being Massachusetts moved into the No. 1 spot in the Casey Foundation’s annual ranking of states on overall child well-being. New Hampshire, which has been at the top for a number of years, fell to No. 4. Rankings are based on 16 indicators covering the domains of economic well-being, health, education and family and community, in which states also are ranked. After moving out of the No. 50 spot for the first time in the index’s history in 2013, Mississippi fell back to the bottom in the latest ranking. It’s joined by Nevada and New Mexico (which moved out of last place). Three southwestern states — Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico — are once again in the bottom five for overall child well-being. Explore your state's rankings and data Share Tweet Forward Other recent items from www.aecf.org : * The Power of Sector Strategies: Meeting the Needs of Workers and Employers * Race for Results: Building a Path to Opportunity for All Children * On the Frontline: Improving Child Protective Investigations Read more at www.aecf.org Copyright © 2014 The Annie E. Casey Foundation, All rights reserved. Our mailing address is: The Annie E. Casey Foundation 701 St Paul St Baltimore, MD 21202 Web site: www.aecf.org