The 29th annual Kids Count in Nebraska Report provides pertinent information on the well-being of children in areas of health, education, economic stability, and juvenile justice. This year’s report features a special commentary on family economic stability and raising the minimum wage in Nebraska.
All of the data contained in the hard copy of the 2021 Kids Count in Nebraska Report is also available at Kids Count NEteractive, a searchable, easy-to-navigate-tool optimized for use on the go.
KIDS COUNT is a national and state-by-state effort sponsored by the Annie E. Casey Foundation to track the status of children in the United States utilizing the best available data. Key indicators measure the education, social, economic, and physical well-being of children.
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Previous Kids Count in Nebraska Reports:
Kids Count 2021 | Kids Count 2020 | Kids Count 2019 | Kids Count 2018 | Kids Count 2017 | Kids Count 2016 | Kids Count 2015 | Kids Count 2014 | Kids Count 2013 | Kids Count 2012 | Kids Count 2011 | Kids Count 2010 | Kids Count 2009 | Kids Count 2008