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Early Childhood & Child Care Research Data & Publications

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  • 03/01/95
    Children in the States 1995
    Released 1995. A compilation of data on various aspects of children's well-being gathered from federal and state government agencies.
  • 01/01/95
    The State of America's Children Yearbook 1995
    Released 1995. A comprehensive review of national and state-by-state data on child poverty, health, child welfare, youth at risk, early childhood development, education, nutrition, and housing.
  • 01/01/93
    Facing the Facts: A Progress Report on Ohio's Black Children
    This report provides information and data on the status of black children in Ohio. It offers recommendations for public policy and private action on behalf of Ohio's black children and families.
  • 01/01/93
    Progress and Peril: Black Children in America
    This study explores the primary responsibility that the Black community owes to the Black child and how the Black Community Crusade for Children will address the needs and challenges being faced by Black children in our society. The responsibility of taking care of all children rests with all of us, Black and White, but the study focuses on what Black communities can and must do to save Black children.
  • 01/01/92
    The State of America's Children 1992
    Released 1992. A comprehensive review of national and state-by-state data on child poverty, health, child welfare, youth at risk, early childhood development, education, nutrition, and housing.
  • 01/01/91
    The State of America's Children 1991
    Released in 1991. A comprehensive review of national and state-by-state data on child poverty, health, child welfare, youth at risk, early childhood development, education, nutrition, and housing.
  • 09/01/88
    Making the Middle Grades Work
    This report examines the needs of young adolescents and evaluates the quality of schools' responses, focusing on specific schools that have implemented effective programs. Findings of the Children's Defense Fund's survey of state policies at the middle-grades level also are included. Finally, this report recommends measures that the federal government and the states can take to help schools meet their critical mission.
  • 01/01/88
    A Children's Defense Budget: FY 1988 An Analysis of Our Nation's Investment in Children
    An annual report of the Children's Defense Fund that presents data on the FY 1988 increases in spending by the Reagan administration on military operations and the decrease in spending for programs for low-income families and children. These budget cuts affect programs for child abuse prevention, pre-mature births and prenatal care for pregnant mothers and infants, and growing homelessness.
  • 03/01/87
    Child Care: An Essential Service for Teen Parents
    In this report we focus on child care for the children of teen mothers, and the emerging response of schools, social service agencies, cities, and states to that need. Not nearly enough is being done, but the growing activity in the area holds promise. This report reviews the criteria for good programs, the barriers to creating them, some model programs, and some different state initiatives.
  • 01/01/87
    A Children's Defense Budget: An Analysis of the FY 1987 Federal Budget and Children
    An annual report of the Children's Defense Fund that explores the 1987 cuts to families and children under the Reagan administration while comparing those cuts to the billions in increases to the US military.
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