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2012 KIDS COUNT Data Book
2012 KidsCount Data Book. State-by-state rankings and supplemental data finds Wisconsin kids losing ground compared to other states. Overall ranking of 15th demonstrates a need to renew efforts on key components of child well-being.
WisKids Count Snapshots of Child Well-Being for Selected Counties.
As part of the 2012 KIDSCOUNT project, WCCF has researched and summarized some key indicators of child well-being for selected Wisconsin counties. Many of the indicators are different than those captured in the national 2012 KIDSCOUNT report, but still provide a way to measure and track how children and families are doing in your county and compare with the state as a whole.
WisKids Count Data Snapshots on Juvenile Justice Trends in Select Counties. These snapshots are a follow up to the state data posted last year, and it includes juvenile arrest information through 2010 – which will be updated when 2011 data is available. We continue to be concerned about racial disparities, and where that information is available it also is included. Counties continue to make strides in reducing correctional placements while at the same time lowering arrest numbers.
WisKids State and County Data
WCCF is pleased to partner with the Annie E. Casey Foundation to give you interactive access to many of the WISKIDS Count indicators that appear in our publications. Through the CLICKS system, you can access data, create maps and rank counties by indicator.
Profiles: Gives you detailed information about a single state or region.
Graphs: View indicators graphed over time.
Maps: Make color-coded maps of the states based on CLIKS data.
Rankings: View all of the regions within a state, ranked according to an indicator.
Raw Data: Download CLIKS data as delimited files.
State Level Data from Kids Count
Data are available for multiple years on 10 key indicators of child well being including; low-birth weight babies, infant mortality, child death rate, teen death rate, teen birth rate, percent of teens who are high school dropouts, teens not attending school or working, children living in families where no parent has full-time, year-round employment, children in poverty, and children in single parent families
A project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, is a national and state-by-state effort to track the status of children in the U.S. By providing policymakers and citizens with benchmarks of child well-being, KIDS COUNT seeks to enrich local, state, and national discussions concerning ways to secure better futures for all children.
2011 KIDS COUNT Data Book
2011 KidsCount Data Book reveals the impact of the recession on Wisconsin's children. Gains of the 1990's have been lost in recession. Wisconsin ranks 12th overall in key measures of child health and well-being, according to the Annie E. Casey Foundation's 2011 KIDS COUNT Data Book. See Wisconsin Data and WCCF press release (August 17, 2011).
2009-2010 WISKIDS Data Book
View 2009-2010 WISKIDS Data Book
2000 Census Data
Data are available on Income and poverty, parental employment, education, language, disability, neighborhood characteristics, age and sex, race, Hispanic Origin Status, and living arrangements on the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s web site.
This easy-to-use, powerful online database allows you to generate custom reports for a geographic area (Profiles) or to compare geographic areas on a topic (Ranking, Maps, and Line Graphs). http://www.kidscount.org/census/
2007 American Community Survey Data (ACS)
The ACS is a new nationwide survey designed to provide communities a fresh look at how they are changing. It will replace the long form census conduced every ten years by the Census Bureau. Data are available through the American Fact Finder, the Census Bureau’s search tool on the web.
The following communities have data available for 2007