Births to single mothers by age and race/ethnicity

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Why This Indicator Matters

The composition of families in America is constantly changing and, as a result, the type of primary caregiver in children's lives varies widely. Families may be headed by biological parents, step-parents, foster parents or other relatives. The number of caregivers in a household also varies widely and increasingly, single parents have become primary caregivers in many families. Single parenting comes with unique challenges and research indicates that children growing up in single parent households face an increased risk for cognitive, financial, social and emotional concerns.
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Data Provided By KIDS COUNT in Delaware

Definitions: Live Births to single mothers by age and race/ethnicity

Data Source: Delaware Health Statistics Center

Footnotes: Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race