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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, archived Colorado Children's Budgets, KIDS COUNT reports, fact sheets, and more. Publications explore topics such as child health, early childhood learning and development, K-12 education, and economic and fiscal policy.  

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2004 KIDS COUNT

2004 KIDS COUNT

Date Posted: April 15, 2004

The 2004 KIDS COUNT in Colorado! report continues our commitment to “school readiness”— and to the Children’s Campaign’s mission of creating hope and opportunity in Colorado—one million children at a time.

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2003 KIDS COUNT

2003 KIDS COUNT

Date Posted: April 15, 2003

The 2003 KIDS COUNT in Colorado! report explores issues affecting child well-being, including vulnerable families, learning and education, and child health. The report also examines regional and county data.

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2002 KIDS COUNT

2002 KIDS COUNT

Date Posted: April 15, 2002

The 2002 KIDS COUNT in Colorado! report examines Colorado’s changing population and reveals essential information about the well-being of all Colorado children.

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2001 KIDS COUNT

2001 KIDS COUNT

Date Posted: April 15, 2001

This 2001 edition of KIDS COUNT in Colorado! tracks data on child well-being in all of Colorado’s counties. We still have a long way to go toward making Colorado a great place for kids to grow up. While many measures have improved significantly, Colorado has actually worsened in others.

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2000 KIDS COUNT

2000 KIDS COUNT

Date Posted: April 15, 2000

The 2000 KIDS COUNT in Colorado! report contains state- and county-level demographic, economic, health, education, and safety data. County indicators have been added in the areas of health insurance, children with disabilities, child care, and youth incarceration.

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