Children in America: National Indicator of Well-being
Ryan H. Nobbins
Nova Publishers, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 202 pages
The first part of the report presents data that illustrate the changes during the past few decades in nine measures depicting the context of children's lives. The second part contains data on four key areas of child well-being: economic security, health, behaviour and social environment, and education.
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Population and Family Characteristics
INDICATORS OF CHILDRENS WELLBEING
Economic Security Indicators
Behaviour and Social Environmental Indicators
Notes to Indicators
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1977 OMB Standards 8th-graders adolescents ages 15-17 adult Alaskan Native America's Children American Indian Asian or Pacific asthma biological parents Black Black-alone Bullets contain references Center for Education Center for Health Center-based Centers for Disease child children ages 0-17 children living collected separately Control and Prevention cotinine Current Population Survey data on race diet Education Statistics Endnotes begin estimates family structure Female firearm Food insecure food-insecure households found in Table Gender Male Health Statistics high school Hispanic origin Hyattsville includes Indian or Alaskan indicators insecure with hunger low birthweight married parents Mexican American mothers National Center National Vital Statistics Native Hawaiian Nova Science Publishers origin are collected Pacific Islander percent Percentage of children Persons of Hispanic poverty line poverty status poverty threshold Race and Ethnicity Race and Hispanic references to data sample single parent SIPP SOURCE Total U.S. Census Bureau U.S. Department Unmarried birthmother unmarried women Vital Statistics Reports White White-alone