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2021 KIDS COUNT in Delaware Legislative Wrap-Up This annual legislative wrap-up highlights legislation passed in the previous session which affect
children and their families.
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2017 Legislative Calendar
2021 KIDS COUNT in Delaware Fact Book: Delaware Kids and COVID-19 Compiling staewide data for public use, the new KIDS COUNT in Delaware Fact Book's central theme focuses on Delaware kids and COVID-19. Traditional indicators included assess trends in the overall health and well-being of children before the coronavirus pandemic began. These data are supplemented with measures from the Census Bureau's Household Pulse Survey to show some of the immediate impacts of COVID-19.
Supplemental materials from the 2021 KIDS COUNT in Delaware Fact Book release event.
2021 KIDS COUNT in Delaware Fact Book: Delaware Kids and COVID-19, recording of release event
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Melissa Merrick from Prevent Child Abuse America, powerpoint presentation on kids and COVID-19
2021 KIDS COUNT in Delaware Fact Book: Delaware Kids and COVID-19, powerpoint presentation on data
2021 KIDS COUNT in Delaware Fact Book: Delaware Kids and COVID-19
2021 KIDS COUNT in Delaware Legislative Calendar This "page-a-day" style calendar which counts down to the end of the legislative session contains data on children and their families pulled from the 2020 fact book. The data is supplemented with examples of policy decisions impacting children and highlights select organizations working on behalf of Delaware's youngest.
2021 KIDS COUNT Data Book The 32nd edition of the Annie E. Casey Foundation's KIDS COUNT Data Book describes how children across the United States were faring before the coronavirus pandemic began, reviews survey data which describes how the pandemic impacted households with children, and makes recommendations for smart policies to help families with the basics to fuel a budding recovery.
2021 What Would It Take Delaware A companion piece to the Annie E. Casey's annual national KIDS COUNT Data Book, this publication provides an overview of the sixteen national indicators (4 each grouped into 4 categories), an analysis of where Delaware falls in comparison to the national average for each indicator, and examines "what would it take" for Delaware to rank best
in the nation for each of the indicators.
Kids, Families and COVID-19: Pandemic Pain Points and the Urgent Need to Respond This KIDS
COUNT report, released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, examined
data from weekly surveys conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau that demonstrate
how families across the country are challenged to meet basic needs during this
global public health crisis while managing school, work and mental health.
Mirroring the national average, in Delaware more than one in six adults with
children living in the household (18%) said they had only slight confidence or
no confidence at all that they would be able to make their next rent or
mortgage payment on time. Food insecurity, already a problem for more than one
in 10 households nationally before the pandemic, has also increased, and the
figures for families of color are particularly high. Nationwide 14% and in
Delaware 16% of adults with children living in the household reported that in
the most recent week during the crisis, their household sometimes or always did
not have enough to eat.
All current and past KIDS COUNT in Delaware publications can be found on UD's Institutional Repository UDSpace