Colorado is 20th in Nation for Well-Being of Kids; Economic gains and policy changes improve Colorado’s ranking for second year

Colorado moved up one spot to 20th in the nation in a ranking of overall child well-being, according to the 2016 KIDS COUNT® Data Book released this week by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Colorado’s gains in the economic well-being …

New Study Highlights Economic Security Concerns of African American and Hispanic Families in Colorado

The expense of child care—and the low wages of child care workers—are top concerns for women of color in Colorado, according to a new survey of registered voters by the Center for American Progress. On Wednesday, the Center for American …

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For the 2016 session of the Colorado General Assembly, we’ve collected the best available data and research on child well-being to help advocates advance—and protect—policies and investments we know will provide the greatest benefits to kids. Read about our 2016 Legislative Priorities.

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