What do the data say about how babies in Wisconsin are doing, and what could we be doing better?
|Zero to Three|
Zero to Three has collected a LOT of data in their State of Babies Yearbook: from how many families are accessing services they are eligible for, to how many infants live in poverty, to how many infants and toddlers have experienced two or more Adverse Childhood Experiences, and a whole lot more. In addition, they look at whether our state policies that support families with young children. You can see how Wisconsin stacks up against other states, and you can get some ideas of the disconnect between all the amazing services we have in our state and some of the people who could use those services.
I found it worth looking at. I hope you do too!
Labels: babies, data, demographics, statistics, zero to three