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KIDS COUNT - find data on child and family well-being in Colorado and the United States. Access hundreds of indicators, download data and create reports and graphics on the KIDS COUNT Data Center that support smart decisions about children and families.
The Healthy Kids Colorado Survey (HKCS) - The Healthy Kids Colorado Survey (HKCS) collects health information biennially, every odd year, from Colorado public school students.
Pueblo One CommUNITY Youth Survey
This survey aims to help the One Community collaborators better understand the developmental assets of youth in Pueblo and factors that contribute to their resiliency. The survey is intended for youth between the ages of ten and eighteen. The results of the survey will provide the data for the indicators in the Dashboard that relate to resiliency in positive youth development and cultural diversity. Please click here to go to the survey.
The Denver Post, "Slow to rebound, Pueblo is redefining its economic image"
The Network Leadership Innovation Lab: Creating Culture: Promising Practices of Successful Movement Networks, published in the latest edition of Nonprofit Quarterly.
Sociodemographic Risk and Child Well-Being This article by Kristin Anderson Moore, Sharon Vandivere, and Jennifer Ehrle Macomber explores individually and collectively a set of social and demographic factors as measures of risk. Click on the document above or go to the Urban Institute Website to view.
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