Children’s Action Alliance, in partnership with the Annie E. Casey Foundation, released two new comprehensive data reports so leaders in the state can be better informed to create action steps that improve children’s health, education, and security.

Comparison of rates 1999/2000 to 2012/13

Arizona KIDS COUNT® Data Book summary one pager (PDF)

“The data trends point to key areas where state leadership can move the needle for kids,” said Dana Wolfe Naimark, president and CEO of Children’s Action Alliance. “During this campaign season we expect every candidate running for Governor and our state legislature to use the data to develop policy positions and plans that will improve conditions for children.”

To view how Arizona ranks in all 16 national indicators, visit the KIDS COUNT® Data Center.

Arizona KIDS COUNT® Data Book

25th Edition of the national KIDS COUNT® Data Book