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to improving the well-being of our state's children, youth and their families,
KIDS COUNT in Delaware has been using highly credible research, data collection
and education to inform change on behalf of children for the last 25 years.
KIDS COUNT is a national and state-by-state effort by the Annie E. Casey Foundation to track the well-being of children in the United States. KIDS COUNT in Delaware, a project of the Center for Community Research & Service, is a collaborative effort of over forty organizations to enrich local and state discussion concerning ways to secure better lives for all children by providing policy makers and citizens with benchmarks of child well-being.
KIDS COUNT in Delaware Team:
Janice Barlow, MPA, Policy Scientist and KIDS COUNT Director
Erin Lynch, MS, Assistant Policy Scientist
Tatiana Galdamez, Graduate Research Assistant
Miranda Perez-Rivera, Undergraduate Student Researcher
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KIDS COUNT in Delaware is pleased to present "Data to Action," a webinar series where we will bring together leaders and stakeholders from across the state to engage in conversation related to current conditions for children given our ever changing environment related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Reviewing the most current data and research, panelists will offer insight to conditions in which children are currently living as well as examine policy decisions which could be impactful during these times.
The webinar series will include focus on health, education, economic well-being, and family and community. Conversations will explore - through data and policy - how conditions highlighted due to COVID-19 intersect with the social determinants of health. Lessons learned from this series will be captured and disseminated via a coordinated set of issue briefs.
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Similar to previous editions of our annual Fact Book, the 2022 KIDS COUNT in Delaware FOCUS on Recovery from COVID-19 provides an overview
of child well-being in Delaware and reports on select indicators across
the four traditionally reported categories of health, eduation, economic
security, and family/community in relation to this year's data and
policy focus: pandemic recovery. Traditional indicators included assess
trends in the overall health and well-being of children before the
coronavirus began. These data are supplemented with measures from
experimental and emerging sources to show some of the immediate impacts
Did You Know: KIDS COUNT in Delaware's Fact Book Has a New Name!
Facts on Children Underlying Success (FOCUS) Similar to
previous editions of our annual Fact Book, the 2022 KIDS COUNT in
Delaware FOCUS on Recovery from COVID-19 will provide an overview of
child well-being in Delaware and will report out on select indicators
across the four traditionally reported categories of health, education,
economic security, and family/community in relation to this year's data
and policy focus: pandemic recovery. As always, for a more comprehensive
listing of data on child and family well-being in Delaware, check out
the KIDS COUNT Data Center
The online KIDS COUNT Data Center offers data on education, employment and income, poverty, health and youth at-risk factors. We invite you to discover ways to customize the data and join us in using this data to make informed decisions by investing in Delaware's biggest asset, our kids.
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