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What is KIDS COUNT in Delaware?
KIDS COUNT in Delaware is part of a nationwide network funded by the
Annie E. Casey Foundation which raise public awareness and
accountability for the condition of kids and families by: (1) measuring
and reporting on the status of children, and (2) using that information
creatively to inform public debate and strengthen public action on
behalf of children and families within the state. To that end, KIDS
COUNT in Delaware engages in a wide variety of public awareness
activities including publication of data-driven products that
examine the status of children and families in the state. Put simply:
KIDS COUNT exists to measure child outcomes and contribute to public
accountability for those outcomes, resulting in a model for data-driven
advocacy for children, their families, and their communities.
How can I get a KIDS COUNT in Delaware Fact Book? 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 KIDS COUNT in
Delaware FOCUS provides an annual overview of
child well-being in Delaware and reports out on select indicators
across the four traditionally reported categories of health, education,
economic security, and family/community in relation to the year's data
and policy focus.
The most recent edition of the state FOCUS book can be found on our publications page. All previous state FOCUS books (and Fact Books) are housed in the University's Institutional Repository: UDSpace. Additionally, all data collected by KIDS COUNT in Delaware are accessible in the online, interactive KIDS COUNT Data Center.
How do I make a data request? KIDS COUNT in Delaware offers assistance with finding and understanding data about Delaware's children. If you have data questions, please
How do I cite KIDS COUNT in Delaware data?
Permission to copy, reprint, or otherwise distribute KIDS COUNT data is
granted as long as appropriate acknowledgement is
given. When citing data from the Data Center website, please use: The
Annie E. Casey Foundation, KIDS COUNT Data Center,
Where can I get services for my child in Delaware?
KIDS COUNT in Delaware is a policy focused, capacity building program and does not provide
direct services. For information and referral services, contact the
Delaware Information Helpline at 2-1-1
Can I get someone from KIDS COUNT in Delaware to speak to my group?
KIDS COUNT in Delaware regularly presents data to our groups across the
state. If you are interested in having a KIDS COUNT Conversation, please
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