The 2014 Data Book is the 25th edition of the Casey Foundation’s signature publication.  As such, the report also examines trends in child well-being since 1990, the year of the first report. It highlights positive policies and practices that have improved child health and development and features stories from several states on advocacy efforts that have improved outcomes for kids and families.

To view the entire report, click 2014 Kids Count Data book.

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