• Most measures (loss of income, at-risk housing, and food insecurity) pull from the Census Bureau’s Pulse Survey on Measuring Household Experiences during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
  • The report draws on the analysis of this survey in the Kids Count data portal for the loss of income and food insecurity measures.
  • For the at-risk housing measure the report pulls directly from the Census data so as to look specifically at renters rather than at all households because of the greater instability these families face. This is in Housing Table 2b. The number of scheduled evictions is based on the listing at https://ota.dc.gov/page/scheduled-evictions.
  • The rate of 12-15 year olds having a COVID-19 vaccine, as well as the number of children and youth confirmed to have had COVID-19, were based on data available from DC Health at https://coronavirus.dc.gov/data when those data were being reported.
  • The Youth unemployment insurance numbers pull from the U.S. Department of Labor’s data downloads page, specifically ETA 203: Characteristics of the Insured Unemployed.
  • The early care and education statistic from National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) survey results reported at https://www.naeyc.org/sites/default/files/wysiwyg/user-74/naeyc_state_survey_data_august_2021.pdf

Share This

dc-action-boilerplate

DC Kids Count is powered by DC Action and provides the best available data to measure and track the well-being of our District’s children and young adults. Research for DC Kids Count is funded in part by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The findings and conclusions presented are those of DC Action’s alone, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Foundation.