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Data highlights selected by our KIDS COUNT state grantee.
Full set of data provided by our KIDS COUNT state grantee.
Key indicators of child well-being tracked in our annual KIDS COUNT Data Book.
Nine indicators from the Early Reading Indicators: 2010 KIDS COUNT Special Report.
Definitions: Unduplicated confirmed reports of child abuse and neglect, rate per 1,000 children 0-17 years of age.
Data Source: Hawai'i State Department of Human Services, Management Services Office.
Number of child abuse cases is based on unduplicated confirmed reports of child maltreatment.
Definitions: Rate of arrests for violent offenses among juveniles aged 10–17, per 100,000 juveniles
Data Source: Hawai‘i State Department of the Attorney General, Research and Statistics Branch, Crime Prevention and Justice Assistance Division, Crime in Hawai‘i report.
Violent offenses include homicide, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. National statistics include arrests of children aged under 10 although the rate is calculated based on children population 10-17.
Definitions: Percentage of public high school students graduating at the end of senior year
Data Source: Hawai‘i State Department of Education, Systems Accountability Office.