Sep 06 2022

Early Childhood County Fact Sheets

2022-09-06T15:05:57-06:00Education Publications, Health Publications, Kids Count Publications, Publications|

County Fact Sheets In advance of the Nov. 8, 2022, election, these fact sheets provide data on young children - one of the groups who will benefit from the passage of Constitutional Amendment 1. Includes information on the ballot question and an estimate of how many children could benefit from its passage. (County-and state-level data on population and indicators of child well-being for children younger than age 5)

Aug 08 2022

New Mexico 2022 KIDS COUNT profile

2022-08-08T08:55:29-06:00Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Kids Count Publications, Local Data, Publications|

State Data Sheet The national 2022 KIDS COUNT Data Book, released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, assesses and ranks the 50 states on 16 indicators of child well-being, which are categorized into four domains - economic well-being, education, health, and family and community. New Mexico placed 50th in 2022. (State-level data on indicators of child well-being)

Jan 19 2022

2021 New Mexico KIDS COUNT Data Book

2022-02-02T14:12:36-07:00Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Kids Count Publications, Local Data, Publications|

KIDS COUNT Data Book Still in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic and recession, New Mexico’s child well-being wavers. This annual report provides data on numerous child well-being indicators housed under four domains (economic security, education, health, and family and community) and includes policy solutions for ensuring a more equitable recovery. Includes some pandemic-specific data from 2021. (State- county- tribal area- and school district-level data on child well-being.)

Jun 21 2021

New Mexico KIDS COUNT profile: 2021 pandemic indicators

2021-08-30T15:10:51-06:00Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Kids Count Publications, Local Data, Publications, Racial and Ethnic Equity Publications|

Fact Sheet The national 2021 National KIDS COUNT Data Book uses the most recent data available for its 16 indicators of child well-being. Since this year's report is based mostly on data from 2019, some limited pandemic-era data have been added, including some dsiaggregated by race and ethnicity. (State-level data on six pandemic-related indicators)

Jun 21 2021

New Mexico 2021 KIDS COUNT profile

2021-08-30T13:00:58-06:00Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Kids Count Publications, Local Data, Publications|

State Data Sheet The national 2021 KIDS COUNT Data Book, released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, assesses and ranks the 50 states on 16 indicators of child well-being, which are categorized into four domains - economic well-being, education, health, and family and community. After three years of ranking in last place, New Mexico moved up to 49th in 2021. (State-level data on indicators of child well-being)

Feb 03 2021

2020 New Mexico KIDS COUNT Data Book

2022-01-17T11:49:17-07:00Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Kids Count Publications, Local Data, Publications, Racial and Ethnic Equity Publications|

KIDS COUNT Report Child well-being in New Mexico was improving. But then the COVID-19 pandemic and recession struck. This annual report provides data on numerous child well-being indicators housed under four domains (economic security, education, health, and family and community). While we don't know the full extent of the harm COVID-19 has caused our kids, some pandemic-specific data from the fall of 2020 are included. (Data on the state, county, tribal area, and school district levels on child well-being)

Jun 22 2020

New Mexico’s 2020 KIDS COUNT profile

2021-08-27T11:46:57-06:00Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Kids Count Publications, Local Data, Publications|

State Data Sheet New Mexico ranks 50th in the nation in child well-being for the fourth time since 2013. This state profile shows how our children are faring on the 16 indicators of child well-being used in the national KIDS COUNT rankings. (State-level data on the 16 indicators of child well-being.)

Jan 15 2020

2019 New Mexico KIDS COUNT Data Book

2021-08-30T13:09:48-06:00Featured Content, Kids Count Featured, Kids Count Publications, Local Data, Publications, Racial and Ethnic Equity Publications|

KIDS COUNT Report We're seeing good news and bad news in this annual publication of the latest data on child well-being in New Mexico. While the child poverty rate has improved, for example, New Mexico still ranks near the bottom of the nation on this indicator. Besides data, policy recommendations are included so the state can take action to improve child well-being. (State-, county-, tribal-, and school district-level data on indicators of child well-being; data by race and ethnicity where available)

Jan 15 2019

2018 KIDS COUNT Data Book

2021-08-30T13:13:19-06:00Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Kids Count, Kids Count Publications, Local Data, Publications, Racial and Ethnic Equity Publications|

KIDS COUNT Report After ten years of austerity, New Mexico has fallen to last in the nation in child well-being. The state also lost a lawsuit claiming that it is not meeting its constitutional obligation when it comes to public education. It's time to change course. This annual publication reports the latest data on child well-being in New Mexico to help us choose the path forward. (State-, county-, tribal-, and school district-level data on indicators of child well-being; data by race and ethnicity where available)

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