This week on our Advocate Virtual Forum, we discuss the latest data on child well-being featured in this year’s edition of the Kentucky KIDS COUNT County Data Book. The 2021 book focuses on advancing racial equity across the Commonwealth and features a number of data disaggregated by race. We were also joined by State Representatives Samara Heavrin and Nima Kulkarni for a panel discussion on using this data to drive change.
Check out the data book, press release, and detailed data for every Kentucky county at kyyouth.org/kentucky-kids-count/ or view today’s presentation as a pdf.
The 2021 Kentucky KIDS COUNT County Data Book was made possible with support from the Annie E. Casey Foundation and a number of KIDS COUNT sponsors, including Passport Health Plan by Molina Healthcare, Kosair Charities, and Charter Communications.
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