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Idaho Voices for Children
Idaho Voices for Children and Idaho KIDS COUNT are joining forces! Idaho KIDS COUNT is now a project of Idaho Voices for Children, which has moved under the umbrella of Mountain States Group, Inc. Read the Announcement >>
- A Closer Look at Economics (pdf)
- A Closer Look at Immunizations (pdf)
- A Closer Look at Suicide (pdf)
- The 2017 KIDS COUNT Data Book (website)
State Trends in Child Well-Being
- A Shared Sentence: The Devastating Toll of Parental Incarceration on Kids, Families and Communities (website)
The incarceration of a parent can have as much impact on a child’s well-being as abuse or domestic violence.
- 2015 KIDS COUNT Profile — Idaho (pdf)
- Idaho KIDS COUNT News (May 2015)
What Government and Communities Should Do to Support Kinship Families
- Idaho Voices For Children Releases Strong Foundations Report (newsletter)
Report explains benefits of Early Education. Currently, Idaho does not invest in early learning, except in the case of special needs children. Building Strong Foundations outlines how increased access to early education in Idaho would increase student achievement;strengthen communities, and save public dollars. Our report has been expanded and updated with 2015 data.
- Creating Opportunity for Families: A Two-Generation Approach (pdf)
A new approach to reducing poverty, which calls for connecting low-income families with early childhood education, job training and other tools to achieve financial stability and break the cycle of poverty.
- KIDS COUNT Report - April 2014 (pdf)
Race for Results: Building a Path to Opportunity for All Children
- Serving Idaho's Children, Youth and Young Adults: Tracking ARRA Spending in Idaho - Final Report
ARRA spending and the required reporting on that spending are winding down—tracks and summarizes Idaho's use of ARRA funds for funding streams of most direct benefit to Idaho's families with children through early 2011.
- July/August Idaho KIDS COUNT Report
Serving Idaho's Children, Youth and Young Adults: Tracking ARRA Spending in Idaho - July/August 2010
- When It Comes to Kids, Poverty Matters (pdf)
- April Idaho KIDS COUNT Report
Serving Idaho's Children, Youth and Young Adults: Tracking ARRA Spending in Idaho by Judith L. Brown, April 2010
- March Idaho KIDS COUNT Report
Serving Idaho's Children, Youth and Young Adults: Tracking ARRA Spending in Idaho by Judith L. Brown, March 2010
- February Idaho KIDS COUNT Report
Serving Idaho's Children, Youth and Young Adults: Tracking ARRA Spending in Idaho by Judith L. Brown, February 2010
- January Idaho KIDS COUNT Report
Serving Idaho's Children, Youth and Young Adults: Tracking ARRA Spending in Idaho
Idaho KIDS COUNT releases the first monthly report which updates Idaho's use of stimulus funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). Key interest points include:
- Despite experiencing dramatic increases in unemployment, Idaho has yet to be awarded any funds through either TANF Emergency Contingency Fund or the TANF supplemental Grant Extension
- $9.4 million in the Governor's Discretionary portion of ARRA funds for state fiscal relief remain unspent and potentially unobligated.
- Idaho appears to be slow in spending (or in the reporting on its spending of) ARRA funds awarded to LEA and School Improvement grants
- Idaho has been awarded more ARRA funding than originally anticipated for Unemployment Insurance, School Lunch Equipment Assistance grants, and McKinney-Vento for the education of children experiencing homelessness.
Idaho KIDS COUNT Policy Cafe Presentations—July 14th
- Long Term Impact of Economic Stress on Children (pdf)
- Idaho's Working Mothers and the Great Recession (pdf)
- Kids Count eNews – November 2016 (pdf)
Child Data and more.
- Kids Count eNews – September 2015 (pdf)
US Population Demographics, Adoption Wait Times, and more.
- Kids Count eNews – January 2014 (pdf)
Idaho Core Standards Fact Sheet and an Alternative to the Executive Budget
- Kids Count eNews – March 2013 (pdf)
New Website and Education Reforms
- Kids Count eNews – January 2013 (pdf)
State Tax Commission Report & Schools, Fewer Opportunities for Young People
- Kids Count eNews – February 2012 (pdf)
New Issue Brief: "Tobacco Taxes: An Approach to Prevent Youth Smoking" and Keeping up with Idaho KIDS COUNT
- Kids Count Newsletter – November 2011 (pdf)
Idaho KIDS COUNT announces a new report, Third Grade Reading, Why Reading at Grade Level Matters. It covers the importance of reading proficiency and examines Idaho's progress. Idaho KIDS COUNT is also pleased to announce the upcoming event, Read to Learn, Read to Earn: A Policy Forum on December 7th at the Boise State Student Union Building.
- Kids Count Newsletter – March 2010 (pdf)