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2017 Legislative Calendar
2022 KIDS COUNT in Delaware FOCUS on Recovery from COVID-19 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 of COVID-19.
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2022 KIDS COUNT in Delaware What Would It Take (for Delaware to be best in the nation on child well-being indicators) is a data overview examining "what would it take" for Delaware to rank best
in the nation for child well-being in 16 indicators for which the Annie
E. Casey Foundation's annual national KIDS COUNT Data Book reports.
KIDS COUNT in Delaware Data to Action Series: June 2022 Wrap up and Review is a brief to supplement the last webinar in the "Data to Action" series. Focused on a culmination of the year long series, panelists addressed featured organizations, what to watch in the future, and opportunities moving forward. A very special thanks goes to Highmark Health for sponsoring the "Data to Action" Series.
KIDS COUNT in Delaware Data to Acton Series: May 2022 Family & Community is a brief to supplement the fifth webinar in the "Data to Action" series. Focused on birth outcomes, the webinar and brief address the question: what are the challenges and opportunities faced by new moms in Delaware today? A
very special thanks goes to Highmark Health for sponsoring the "Data to
KIDS COUNT in Delaware Census Brief: 2020 Child Population reviews the U.S. Census Breau Redistricting Data that was released on August 12, 2021. The release is the first from the 2020 Census that breaks out data by all children compared to all adults. While Delaware's total population increased by 10.2 percent between 2010 and 2020, Delaware's child (0-17) population increased by less than one percentage point (640 children or 0.3%) according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Because of growth in the adult population, children now make up a smaller proportion of the state's total population.
2022 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.
2022 KIDS COUNT Data Book The 33nd edition of the Annie E. Casey Foundation's KIDS COUNT Data Book describes the mental health crisis that children experienced in conjunction with the COVID-19 pandemic, reviews survey data which describes child well-being indicators, and makes recommendations for smart policies to help support youth and families as they navigate difficult times.
Supplemental materials from the 2021 KIDS COUNT in Delaware Fact Book release event.
All current and past KIDS COUNT in Delaware publications can be found on UD's Institutional Repository UDSpace