alcollegedems
alcollegedems:

Sara WoodPolitical Affairs
Today the 25th edition of KIDS COUNT was released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The data book contains thirteen indicators that examine child well-being across the United States. Some of the measures used include health, economic status, education, family, and community stability. Alabama ranked 44th overall, with improvements in education and health. However, Alabama’s status for economic well-being and family-community has worsened. You can examine Alabama’s state profile here and you can examine the full KIDS COUNT data book here. Alabama must do better. Every child deserves a fair shot. 

alcollegedems:

Sara Wood
Political Affairs

Today the 25th edition of KIDS COUNT was released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The data book contains thirteen indicators that examine child well-being across the United States. Some of the measures used include health, economic status, education, family, and community stability. Alabama ranked 44th overall, with improvements in education and health. However, Alabama’s status for economic well-being and family-community has worsened. You can examine Alabama’s state profile here and you can examine the full KIDS COUNT data book here. Alabama must do better. Every child deserves a fair shot.