Document Number: 77062007 Child Well-Being Index Special Focus Report on International Comparisons - This analysis compares the United States to the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. By comparing the United States to other industrialized, English-speaking countries, the report provides a more accurate baseline for comparison than other international assessments of child well-being. These Anglophone countries share a common language, similar cultural heritage, as well as comparable political and economic cultures. The report assembles 19 key international indicators of child well-being within seven domains of social life. (Kenneth Land, Foundation for Child Development, 2007)...
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