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2-Page Profiles - a supplement to the Fact Book


Entire 2019 Fact Book-
County and Planning Region Profiles with definitions and data sources

2019 Reservation Profiles
Supplement to the Fact Book with definitions and data sources

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KIDS COUNT Data Center

The Annie E. Casey Foundation's KIDS COUNT Data Center is now easier to use. Access hundreds of child well-being indicators related to education, employment and income, health,poverty, and youth risk factors. Data are available for the nation and for states, as well as for many cities, school districts, counties and congressional districts across the nation. The national database allows users to create maps, graphs, and trend lines, add a widget to your website or blog, and browse the Data Book on your mobile device. Take a look at this informational video that shows how you can harness the power of data to improve the lives of children and families.

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Learn about the data available in Data By Location (i.e., by state and county) and Data by Topic (i.e., Demographics, Economic Well-Being, Education, Family & Community, Health, and Safety & Risky Behaviors) on the national KIDS COUNT Data Center website. Also, learn more about the national index used by the Casey Foundation to advance understanding of state-level differences in child well-being in areas of health, economic well-being, education, and family/community influences - to make it easier for child advocates to target areas of concern and promote appropriate policy solutions.

Learn about the six main topics or components of child well-being used by North Dakota KIDS COUNT to present data on child well-being.