The 2009 KIDS COUNT Data Book
Counting What Counts: Taking Results Seriously for Vulnerable Children and Families:
The 20th annual KIDS COUNT Data Book profiles the well-being of America’s children on a
state-by-state basis and ranks states on 10 key measures of child well-being. The Data Book
essay calls for a “data revolution” that uses timely and reliable information to track
the progress and improve the lives of vulnerable children.
Read the essay.
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