Tuesday, May 03, 2005

America's Children

America's Children in Brief: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2004. Represents the seventh annual monitoring report on the status of the Nation's most valuable resource, our children. The site also highlights International Comparisons, links to tables and databases comparing the well-being of children in the U.S. with those in other countries. You can Search for Related Resources, Federal and non-Federal sites with statistics on child well-being. The site also has a special feature, Nurturing Fatherhood Report, The report contains a summary of the proceedings from the March 1997 conference on improving data and research on fathering, fertility, and family formation. In addition, the report also contains the research papers written for the conference and the recommendations for data collection activities endorsed by the Forum. The report represents the collaborative work of federal staff, noted researchers, advocates and foundation partners. You can also get the previous years studies, America's Children: 2003, America's Children: 2002, America's Children: 2001, America's Children: 2000, America's Children: 1999, America's Children: 1998 and America's Children: 1997.


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