This 2020 DC Kids Count report explores many economic justice measures of child and youth well-being, in three areas: poverty, employment and housing security.
DC Kids Count 2020: The Statistics Are Undeniable Affirmations of the Failure of “Color-Blind” Policies
By Kimberly Perry | We know the District’s young people can accomplish anything when given a fair chance. And we also know how much stands in their way—particularly those most affected by poverty and racism.
This 2020 DC Kids Count report explores many education measures of child and youth well-being, in four areas: early care and education, public school enrollment, educational outcomes, and school environment.
This 2020 DC Kids Count report explores many health and safety measures of child and youth well-being, in five areas: birth outcomes, access to insurance and care, adolescent health, nutrition, and policing.
Children and young adults need a lot of support—from family, community, and school—to thrive. This DC Kids Count report explores many measures of child and youth well-being in economic justice, health and safety, and education.
In its inaugural year, the Under 3 DC coalition of parents, early childhood educators, community-based organizations, business owners, and health professionals worked together to reverse the mayor’s budget cuts to child care.