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Office of Childcare: Technical Assistance Network - This site offers state profiles that include demographic information about the children, families and child care in each state, as well as contact information for the state agencies involved in child care. The profiles also contain links to additional state and national resources....

Young Child Risk Calculator - The Young Child Risk Calculator estimates the number and percentage of young children in each state who live in households with one or more of the following risk factors: low socio-economic status, lack of English speakers, large family size, low parental education, high residential mobility, single parent, teen mother and unemployed parent(s). Users can also focus on certain age groups and income levels. (National Center for Children in Poverty)...

National Center for Children in Poverty: Demographics - This Web site contains demographic data for all 50 states and the District of Columbia, providing data on family income level, parents’ employment status, geographic distribution of children from low-income families and more. Also available on this website are National Center for Children in Poverty publications on demographics....

AmeriStat - This was developed by the Population Reference Bureau in partnership with the University of Michigan's Social Science Data Analysis Network. The site provides instant summaries – in graphics and text – of trends and characteristics in the U.S. population. Topics addressed include education, employment, fertility, income, marriage rates, migration, mortality, age and race. ...

KIDS COUNT - This project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation is a national and state-by-state effort to track the status of children. The CLIKS website brings together data on the well-being of children collected by KIDS COUNT grantees from state and local sources. The site allows users to access state-specific data from local sources such as health departments, human service agencies and schools. Users can generate a variety of maps and graphs, and can produce rankings of regions within each state based on performance on a particular indicator (including health and education statistics). KIDS COUNT also operates a Census Data Online Web site allowing users to manipulate nationwide and state-by-state data from the U.S. Census....

The Population Reference Bureau - This site offers not only U.S., but also worldwide, statistics and information on population and demographic trends. The site includes topical links to information on education, employment, income/poverty, migration, race/ethnicity, age and more. ...

ChildStats.gov - This is the Web site of the Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics, which works to develop priorities for collecting data on children and youth and to improve the dissemination of this information to the policy community and the general public. ChildStats.gov offers easy access to federal and state statistics and reports on children and their families, including population and family characteristics, economic security, health and education....

National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP) - NCCP's mission is to identify and promote strategies that prevent young child poverty in the United States and that improve the life chances of the millions of children under age 6 who are growing up poor. This site has a variety of information on initiatives, research and programs for young children and families, as well as child care, early education and welfare support....

U. S. Census Bureau - The bureau is the preeminent collector and provider of timely, relevant and quality data about the people and economy of the United States. This site contains research, comparisons, summaries, statistics, projections, profiles and rankings on scores of issues, including education. A searchable database also is available for specific information on particular states....


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