Child Trends is a leading research organization in the United States focused exclusively on improving the lives of children and youth, especially those who are most vulnerable.
Child Trends work to ensure that all kids thrive by conducting independent research and partnering with practitioners and policymakers to apply that knowledge. Child Trends beleives that programs and policies are most effective when they are informed by data and evidence and grounded in deep knowledge of child and youth development.
SOURCE: Child Trends website viewed 11 October 2019.
- Early Childhood Data Collaborative supports state policymakers’ development and use of coordinated state early care and education (ECE) data systems.
- The Child Trends DataBank is an online resource for indicators of child and family well-being and associated measures. The DataBank includes close to 100 population-based measures, covering the domains of health and safety, child care and education, and behaviors linked to positive and negative well-being.
- Poverty and inequality
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