New Jersey Kids Count 2016: The State of Our Children
Join us on June 6 for the release of New Jersey Kids Count 2016.
New Jersey Kids Count provides a picture of the state of child well-being in New Jersey by tracking trends in critical areas, including child poverty, health, education, child protection and juvenile justice. The reliable and timely information in the report is widely used across the state to better inform stakeholders as important decisions are made about the state’s priorities and the needs of children and families.
The release event provides an opportunity for public discussion of these issues, which is critical this year as we begin to plan a children’s platform for the 2017 state elections.
Want to be a part of developing a Children’s Platform for 2017?
Also, attend one of our two 2016 Kids Count regional forums that will focus on child well-being in your county. Join us as we learn ways to use social media to advance efforts for children.
Click here to learn more about the regional forums.
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Event LocationThe John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy
Thomas Edison State University
101 W. State Street