These reports offer county-by-county data on the well-being of young children in the areas of family stability, health, and early care and education. They also offer a set of data tools including interactive maps to inform an analysis of child well-being indicators in relation to state investments in these three areas. IECAM prepared the data and maps for the reports.
The two reports, based on 2019 and 2016 data, are presented in table and map forms in three categories:
- Risk — An accounting of 15 indicators representing risk factors affecting child well-being and development.
- Reach — An analysis of the availability and distribution of 17 publicly funded programs and services by geographic area.
- Fiscal Scan — A comparative report of public investments for families with young children over time.