The 2020 Census is less than two months away, and kids under 5 are at high risk of being undercounted. Experts estimate that the 2010 Census undercounted young kids in Colorado by up to 18,000 children. When we fail to count young kids in the census, Colorado risks losing hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding for programs that help kids and families succeedView Publication
In order to arm child advocates with the tools and information they need to discuss child well-being data and policy with their elected representatives, the Colorado Children's Campaign has compiled this collection of publications. The collection includes annual reports, briefs, Children's Budgets, Kids Counts, a wide variety of fact sheets, and more . Publications explore topics like child health, early childhood learning and development, K-12 education, and economic and fiscal policy.
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All Colorado parents want to provide for the basic needs of their children. For families with incomes significantly below the poverty line, Basic Cash Assistance helps decrease the stress of making ends meet.View Publication
The challenges of child care access, affordability, and quality can only be addressed by building a system of support and development for early care and education teachers.View Publication
Due to a drafting error, the enacting clause on HB 19-1005 prevented the legislation from being implemented after it passed last session.View Publication