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Child Care

Use “Search Database” (below) for data on:

  • child care centers
  • family child care homes
  • IDHS Child Care Assistance Progam (CCAP)
  • child care program accreditations
  • child care centers and homes providing school-age care (before/after school).
Search Database

Search Database

Start here! This is the quickest way to access a considerable portion of the early childhood program and demographic data (for all regions) on the IECAM website (2005 – most recent data).
Children, Centers, and Homes Outside Illinois

Children, Centers, and Homes Outside Illinois

These files present details on: (1) children reported as living outside Illinois; (2) children living

Demographics

Use “Search Database” (below) for data on the following demographic characteristics:

  • population
  • population by age (0-5 yrs)
  • population by age (6-12 yrs)
  • population by race/ethnicity
  • population by income-to-poverty ratios and age (0-5)
  • language
  • children in working families (children under 5 living with working or non-working one or two parent families).
Search Database

Search Database

Start here! This is the quickest way to access a considerable portion of the early childhood program and demographic data (for all regions) on the IECAM website (2005 – most recent data).
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Birth Rates

Women with births in the past 12 months - Rate per 1,000 women; Estimate; Women 15 to 50 years, 2009-2017
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Teen Parents and Teen Mothers, Teen Births

Teen Parents and Teen Mothers Parents and mothers from age 13 through age 19 Spreadsheets
Children by Family Marital Condition by Poverty

Children by Family Marital Condition by Poverty

Spreadsheets (by year): 2010-latest available data: all2009: county Maps (by year): 2009-latest available data: county
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Number of Children Living in Poverty Areas and Extreme Poverty Areas

Maps (by year) show poverty/extreme poverty areas in Illinois by census tract and township (2016

Health

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Children in Medical Assistance Programs

Children from birth through age 18 enrolled in Medicaid, Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and
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Elevated Blood Lead Level

Children with elevated BLL (equal to or greater than 10 microg/dL) Spreadsheets (by year): 2014-latest
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Health Insurance

IECAM reports the number and percent of children (age 0-18) with: no health insuranceany type
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Teen Parents and Teen Mothers, Teen Births

Teen Parents and Teen Mothers Parents and mothers from age 13 through age 19 Spreadsheets
Baby lying in an incubator with hospital tubes/equipment

Birth Characteristics

Birth characteristics are: Low Birth Weight (<2,500 grams); Very Low Birth Weight (<1,500 grams); Preterm
Infant Mortality Rate per 1,000 Births

Infant Mortality Rate per 1,000 Births

Spreadsheets (by year): 2015-latest available data: county Maps (by year): 2015-latest available data: county Source

Language

Use “Search Database” (below) for data on the following language characteristics:

  • number of limited English-speaking households (Spanish) (under “Demographics”)
  • number of limited English-speaking households (other languages) (under “Demographics”)
  • students who are limited English proficient (LEP) (under “Early Childhood Service Types”).
Search Database

Search Database

Start here! This is the quickest way to access a considerable portion of the early childhood program and demographic data (for all regions) on the IECAM website (2005 – most recent data).
Language Use

Language Use

Data on languages spoken in Illinois as well as linguistic isolation.
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Children Birth Through Age 5 Speaking Individual Languages or Related Language Groups

Data are provided for approximately 60-70 languages or language groups. Data are based on responses

Early Childhood Services and Programs

Use “Search Database” (below) for data on the following early childhood services or programs and/or student characteristics:

  • ISBE Preschool for All (PFA)
  • ISBE Preschool for All (PFA) Expansion
  • homeless students (under “Early Childhood Services”)
  • students with IEPs (under “Early Childhood Services”)
  • students who are limited English proficient (LEP) (under “Early Childhood Services”)
  • ISBE Prevention Initiative
  • Head Start programs
  • child care centers
  • family child care homes
  • IDHS Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP)
  • child care program accreditations
  • school-aged child care (before/after school care)
  • IDHS home visiting programs
  • Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV)
  • IDHS Early Intervention
Search Database

Search Database

Start here! This is the quickest way to access a considerable portion of the early childhood program and demographic data (for all regions) on the IECAM website (2005 – most recent data).
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Child Find Project

IECAM has been working with the Child Find Project in Illinois to develop maps based
Head Start Logo: Two Blocks, one block has an arrow pointing up

Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Delegate Agencies

Agencies or organizations that have received grants, or that work with grantees, to provide Migrant
IDHS evidence-based home visiting models

IDHS evidence-based home visiting models

Data by Illinois county on the number of children served in each of the Illinois
PFA Site List

PFA Site List

These files list PFA sites with addresses and proposed capacity (students to be served).
Head Start Logo: Two Blocks, one block has an arrow pointing up

Head Start & Early Head Start home-based funded enrollment

This federally-funded program serves children and families living at the poverty level.
Head Start Logo: Two Blocks, one block has an arrow pointing up

Head Start & Early Head Start Grantees

Agencies or organizations that contract with the Office of Head Start to provide or subcontract
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Children in Medical Assistance Programs

Children from birth through age 18 enrolled in Medicaid, Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and
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Health Insurance

IECAM reports the number and percent of children (age 0-18) with: no health insuranceany type

Social and Economic Factors

Use “Search Database” (below) for data on the following social and economic characteristics:

  • homeless students (under “Early Childhood Service Types”)
  • population by income-to-poverty ratios
  • children in working families (children under 5 living with working or non-working one or two parent families).
Search Database

Search Database

Start here! This is the quickest way to access a considerable portion of the early childhood program and demographic data (for all regions) on the IECAM website (2005 – most recent data).
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Parents’ and Mother’s Education Level

The education level (that is, highest level of schooling attained) of parents and mothers who
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Unemployment Rate

Our interactive map lets users view the data by year. Users also can hover their
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Educational Attainment

Our interactive map lets users view the percentage of people 25 and older by a
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Children in Substitute Care (Foster Care)

Children from birth until age 21 in substitute care (foster care). Substitute care means the care
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Child Abuse and Neglect

Number of unique children age 0 through 17 indicated for abuse and neglect, and rate
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Teen Parents and Teen Mothers, Teen Births

Teen Parents and Teen Mothers Parents and mothers from age 13 through age 19 Spreadsheets
Older adults (grandparents) counting coins with a toddler

Children Birth Through Age 5 Living in Grandparent-Headed Households

Children birth through age 5 who are living in households headed by their grandparent(s). Our
Children by Family Marital Condition by Poverty

Children by Family Marital Condition by Poverty

Spreadsheets (by year): 2010-latest available data: all2009: county Maps (by year): 2009-latest available data: county
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Number of Children Living in Poverty Areas and Extreme Poverty Areas

Maps (by year) show poverty/extreme poverty areas in Illinois by census tract and township (2016

Employment (Family and EC Workforce)

Use “Search Database” (below) for data on the following employment characteristic:

  • children in working families (children under 5 living with working or non-working one or two parent families)
Search Database

Search Database

Start here! This is the quickest way to access a considerable portion of the early childhood program and demographic data (for all regions) on the IECAM website (2005 – most recent data).
A red fallen domino in a line of dominoes

Unemployment Rate

Our interactive map lets users view the data by year. Users also can hover their

Other Data

Toddler holding a tennis ball

Child Find Project

IECAM has been working with the Child Find Project in Illinois to develop maps based