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Kids of color are leading the way into a more racially diverse state
More Washington Kids Have Health Coverage, but Poverty Still a Roadblock
Promoting Racial Equity for Kids and Families
NEW REPORT: Policymakers must reverse the damage of parental incarceration on kids
KIDS COUNT: Inaccurate census data could jeopardize progress for Washington’s kids
Lack of Economic Progress & Opportunity Gap Holding Washington’s Kids Back
Report: Changes Needed So Washington's Kids Have Chance for Bright Future
New Research Brief: Early Learning Improves Kindergarten Readiness and Reduces Disparities for Kids of Color
Washington Kids Slipping In Key Indicators of Well-Being
Strength in Numbers: The New KIDS COUNT Data Center
KIDS COUNT Data Center: Child Poverty Across the State
KIDS COUNT Data Center: Child Poverty and Unemployment
KIDS COUNT Data Center: High School Graduation Rates Influences Economic Security
KIDS COUNT Data Center: Higher Education and Future Prosperity
Introducing the New and Improved KIDS COUNT Data Center
KIDS COUNT Report: Barriers to Opportunity Prevent Children of Color and Immigrant Children from Reaching Their Full Potential
Paul Ryan’s Anti-Poverty Plan Would Have Devastating Impact in Washington State
Raising the Minimum Wage Is an Investment in Washington’s Kids
NEW REPORT: Too Many Kids Are Being Left Behind in Economic Recovery
Racial Opportunity Gap Impacts Washington State Children
Expanding Opportunity Means Investing in Kids & Families
Brief: Set kids up for success from early learning through higher education
Washington State Preschool Enrollment Among Worst in Country
KIDS COUNT Report: Washington Continues to See Historic Progress in Kids’ Health Care Access
New KIDS COUNT Report: Lack of Economic Security Threatens Washington State’s Kids
New Data Shows Social Programs Lifted 241,000 Kids Out of Poverty in Washington
Important Gains Have Been Made for a Better Future for Our State, but More Needs to Be Done
Brief: Washington state must ensure kids are on the path to a healthy life