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County Data Books 2017-11-06T17:09:55+00:00

County Data Books

KIDS COUNT County Data Book – 2017 2017-11-14T10:01:10+00:00

The 2017 Kentucky KIDS COUNT County Data Book offers the latest data on 17 measures of child well-being, showing whether outcomes for children have improved, worsened, or stayed the same over a five-year period. It also calculates how many children would be impacted if Kentucky was able to make just a 10 percent improvement for each measure.

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KIDS COUNT County Data Book – 2016 2017-10-18T10:47:18+00:00

The 2016 County Data Book focuses on key state and county level measures of child well-being, including county-level rankings on child well-being. This book also examines how children fare based on where they live, how much their families earn, and the color of their skin.

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KIDS COUNT County Data Book – 2015 2017-10-18T11:37:24+00:00

The 2015 County Data Book focuses on key state and county-level measures of child well-being. In celebration of the 25th anniversary of Kentucky KIDS COUNT, this book reflects on 25 years of policy wins for kids and sets goals for the next 25 years.

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KIDS COUNT County Data Book – 2014 2017-10-18T11:40:39+00:00

The 2014 County Data Book focuses on key state and county-level measures of child well-being. It opens with an essay on adverse childhood experiences and offers recommendations to prevent and help kids recover from these experiences so they can thrive as adults.

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KIDS COUNT County Data Book – 2013 2017-10-18T13:11:31+00:00

The 2013 County Data Book focuses on key state and county-level measures of child well-being. It opens with an essay on how to create a Kentucky where all children succeed.

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Jefferson County KIDS COUNT Data Book – 2013 2017-10-18T13:32:53+00:00

The Jefferson County KIDS COUNT Data Book published in 2013 provides data on children in Metro Louisville at the Council District level. This micro level data can help neighborhoods in Louisville look at unique issues impacting children in various parts of the city.

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KIDS COUNT County Data Book – 2012 2017-10-19T10:53:33+00:00

The 2012 County Data Book focuses on key state, county, and district level measures of education. It opens with an essay on how to strengthen alternative education programs.

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KIDS COUNT County Data Book – 2011 2017-10-19T12:43:18+00:00

The 2011 County Data Book focuses on key state and county-level measures of children’s health. It opens with an essay on how to improve the oral health of Kentucky families.

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KIDS COUNT County Data Book – 2010 2017-10-19T13:35:45+00:00

The 2010 County Data Book focuses on key state and county-level measures of economic well-being. It opens with an essay on how to increase access to work supports for Kentucky families.

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KIDS COUNT County Data Book – 2009 2017-10-19T13:38:24+00:00

The 2009 County Data Book focuses on key state and county level measures of safety. It opens with an essay on the need for better collaboration between the juvenile justice and child welfare systems.

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KIDS COUNT County Data Book – 2008 2017-10-19T14:12:27+00:00

The 2008 County Data Book includes key state, county, and district level measures of education, economic well-being, health and safety. It opens with an essay on the influence of three factors on the lives of Kentucky children: place, income and race.

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KIDS COUNT County Data Book – 2007 2017-10-19T14:39:43+00:00

The 2007 County Data Book includes key state, county, and district level measures of education, economic well-being, health and safety. It opens with an essay on the importance of using data to improve the lives of children in Kentucky.

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