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WEBINAR: Families During the Epidemic: New Data from the Census Bureau Household Pulse Survey

WEBINAR: Targeting Areas to Improve the Count of Young Children in the 2020 Census: A New PRB Resource

WEBINAR: Adapting Individual Fundraising in the Era of COVID-19


The Partnership for America’s Children is a network of state and local child advocacy organizations working to improve policies affecting children at the local, state, and national level. The Partnership strengthens members’ policy knowledge, advocacy skills, and organizational development by connecting them to peer expertise and national resources, and by facilitating collaborative efforts to improve the lives of all America's children. More >>

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Child Advocacy Research Resources

KIDS COUNT Data Center
A project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation used to access indicators, download data, and create reports and graphics on child and family well-being.

Chapin Hall
Develops and tests new ideas, generates and analyzes information, and examines policies, programs, and practices on improving the wellbeing of youth, families, and their communities.

Child Trends
A nonprofit, nonpartisan research center for policymakers, funders, educators, and service provideers that provides information and insights on policies and programs serving children and youth.

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