KIDS COUNT


The Center for Public Policy Priorities is the Texas home to KIDS COUNT, a national and state-by-state effort to track the status of children in the U.S. funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. In addition to publishing annual reports, the center also offers access to an interactive, comprehensive database of county-by-county and state data on child well-being.


Recent KIDS COUNT Publications

The State of Texas Children 2000 (01/1/2000)

The State of Texas Children: 2000 is part of a series produced by the Texas Kids Count project to report on the status of children and their families in Texas. Texas Kids Count reports are tools used by policymakers, service providers, and advocates to support positive programs and policies for children. Texas Kids Count is unique because it provides detailed profiles about the status of children for every county in the state. This information is used in planning for services and programs at the local level as well as the state level. Texas Kids Count is recognized by planners and policymakers across Texas as the best source of statistics on the well-being of children.

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