Kids Count in Michigan Data Book 2016
Kids Count in Michigan Data Book 2016: Child & Family Well-Being in Michigan its Counties and Detroit.
In Flint, Detroit, or your community, do kids count? In its 25th year of production, the 2016 Kids Count in Michigan Data Book examines 16 indicators of child well-being to see how children are doing. While some progress has been made in children’s health, poverty remains high along with the number of children living in families investigated for abuse or neglect. And, education indicators show that many of the state’s young children are not considered proficient in reading and writing. It’s time to put this data into action and for policymakers to prioritize children.
ERRATA NOTICE: Background page – Economic Climate: Percent of young children ages 0-5 in Michigan families where all parents work
Only the Michigan profile is included in the publication. County profiles available online only. Click on map below for county profiles and on county name in list below for county-specific news releases. Report | Michigan news release | Charts and images | County rankings | Resources for advocates | Michigan Profile of Child Well-Being | Blog
For county profiles, click on map below.
Overall Child Well-Being Rank
More data are available on the interactive KIDS COUNT Data Center where users can create custom maps, charts, profiles and rankings. Data for the state counties and cities are available for over 100 indicators across multiple decades.
County news releases