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APPENDIX 2: DATA FOR 16

APPENDIX 2: DATA FOR 16 INDICATORS OF CHILD WELL-BEING ECONOMIC WELL- BEING INDICATORS Children in poverty: 2014 Children whose parents lack secure employment: 2014 Children living in households with a high housing cost burden: 2014 Teens not in school and not working: 2014 State United States Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent 15,686,000 22 22,061,000 30 25,710,000 35 1,255,000 7 303,000 28 372,000 34 341,000 31 25,000 10 29,000 16 59,000 31 61,000 33 5,000 11 408,000 26 515,000 32 545,000 34 31,000 8 184,000 26 233,000 33 197,000 28 14,000 8 2,047,000 23 2,993,000 33 4,279,000 47 155,000 7 190,000 15 311,000 25 403,000 32 17,000 6 114,000 15 216,000 28 295,000 38 10,000 5 35,000 18 61,000 30 66,000 32 3,000 5 29,000 26 46,000 40 42,000 36 3,000 10 948,000 24 1,283,000 32 1,672,000 41 78,000 8 646,000 26 783,000 31 876,000 35 55,000 10 44,000 15 90,000 29 126,000 41 6,000 10 80,000 19 104,000 24 120,000 28 6,000 7 593,000 20 858,000 29 1,027,000 34 49,000 7 333,000 22 474,000 30 434,000 27 27,000 7 109,000 15 158,000 22 158,000 22 10,000 5 126,000 18 181,000 25 190,000 26 11,000 6 260,000 26 356,000 35 286,000 28 19,000 8 306,000 28 381,000 34 359,000 32 28,000 11 48,000 19 82,000 32 84,000 33 4,000 6 173,000 13 332,000 25 481,000 36 24,000 8 208,000 15 384,000 28 471,000 34 17,000 5 493,000 23 711,000 32 663,000 30 35,000 6 189,000 15 306,000 24 326,000 25 10,000 4 212,000 29 267,000 36 228,000 31 18,000 10 287,000 21 419,000 30 388,000 28 21,000 7 41,000 19 65,000 29 60,000 27 4,000 7 74,000 16 101,000 22 109,000 23 5,000 5 144,000 22 211,000 32 246,000 37 12,000 9 34,000 13 64,000 24 88,000 33 3,000 5 316,000 16 531,000 26 852,000 42 27,000 6 146,000 30 182,000 36 156,000 31 10,000 9 937,000 23 1,361,000 32 1,859,000 44 73,000 7 549,000 24 697,000 30 740,000 32 38,000 7 24,000 15 37,000 22 29,000 17 3,000 6 594,000 23 826,000 31 760,000 29 38,000 6 208,000 22 284,000 30 261,000 27 19,000 9 182,000 22 283,000 33 323,000 38 17,000 8 514,000 19 797,000 30 856,000 32 44,000 7 449,000 58 420,000 54 256,000 33 32,000 15 42,000 20 67,000 32 90,000 42 4,000 7 289,000 27 356,000 33 346,000 32 19,000 7 37,000 18 48,000 23 44,000 21 3,000 6 384,000 26 479,000 32 489,000 33 30,000 9 1,729,000 25 2,036,000 29 2,321,000 33 132,000 9 119,000 13 178,000 20 249,000 28 14,000 8 19,000 16 34,000 28 39,000 32 2,000 5 291,000 16 474,000 25 624,000 33 27,000 6 276,000 18 467,000 29 548,000 34 27,000 8 92,000 25 138,000 36 92,000 24 7,000 7 235,000 18 338,000 26 380,000 29 18,000 6 17,000 13 33,000 24 31,000 22 1,000 4 42 The Annie E. Casey Foundation | www.aecf.org 2016 kids count data book

APPENDIX 2: DATA FOR 16 INDICATORS OF CHILD WELL-BEING EDUCATION INDICATORS Young children not in school: 2012–14 Fourth graders not proficient in reading: 2015 Eighth graders not proficient in math: 2015 High school students not graduating on time: 2012/13 State United States Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming N.A. Not Available. Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent 4,387,000 53 N.A. 65 N.A. 68 N.A. 18 72,000 58 N.A. 71 N.A. 83 N.A. 26 13,000 61 N.A. 70 N.A. 68 N.A. 20 118,000 65 N.A. 70 N.A. 65 N.A. 24 43,000 53 N.A. 68 N.A. 75 N.A. 20 548,000 52 N.A. 72 N.A. 73 N.A. 16 67,000 49 N.A. 61 N.A. 63 N.A. 17 28,000 34 N.A. 57 N.A. 64 N.A. 13 12,000 52 N.A. 63 N.A. 70 N.A. 23 3,000 19 N.A. 73 N.A. 81 N.A. 22 223,000 50 N.A. 61 N.A. 74 N.A. 24 142,000 50 N.A. 66 N.A. 72 N.A. 30 18,000 49 N.A. 71 N.A. 70 N.A. 22 33,000 69 N.A. 64 N.A. 66 N.A. 18 156,000 46 N.A. 65 N.A. 68 N.A. 17 106,000 60 N.A. 60 N.A. 61 N.A. 19 41,000 52 N.A. 62 N.A. 63 N.A. 11 45,000 56 N.A. 65 N.A. 67 N.A. 12 67,000 58 N.A. 60 N.A. 72 N.A. 17 62,000 49 N.A. 71 N.A. 82 N.A. 27 15,000 55 N.A. 64 N.A. 65 N.A. 13 79,000 51 N.A. 63 N.A. 65 N.A. 14 63,000 41 N.A. 50 N.A. 49 N.A. 12 126,000 53 N.A. 71 N.A. 71 N.A. 22 79,000 55 N.A. 61 N.A. 52 N.A. 9 44,000 51 N.A. 74 N.A. 78 N.A. 32 88,000 57 N.A. 64 N.A. 69 N.A. 13 15,000 61 N.A. 63 N.A. 61 N.A. 15 30,000 57 N.A. 60 N.A. 62 N.A. 7 51,000 68 N.A. 71 N.A. 74 N.A. 33 14,000 47 N.A. 54 N.A. 54 N.A. 13 81,000 36 N.A. 57 N.A. 54 N.A. 11 34,000 59 N.A. 77 N.A. 79 N.A. 28 206,000 42 N.A. 64 N.A. 69 N.A. 22 145,000 57 N.A. 62 N.A. 67 N.A. 20 12,000 63 N.A. 63 N.A. 61 N.A. 9 159,000 55 N.A. 62 N.A. 65 N.A. 15 61,000 57 N.A. 67 N.A. 77 N.A. 21 56,000 58 N.A. 66 N.A. 66 N.A. 23 157,000 53 N.A. 59 N.A. 64 N.A. 12 34,000 40 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. 12,000 52 N.A. 60 N.A. 68 N.A. 21 70,000 56 N.A. 67 N.A. 74 N.A. 26 15,000 61 N.A. 65 N.A. 66 N.A. 16 100,000 60 N.A. 67 N.A. 71 N.A. 18 472,000 58 N.A. 69 N.A. 68 N.A. 16 61,000 59 N.A. 60 N.A. 62 N.A. 18 6,000 49 N.A. 55 N.A. 58 N.A. 11 109,000 53 N.A. 57 N.A. 62 N.A. 15 112,000 60 N.A. 60 N.A. 61 N.A. 20 27,000 63 N.A. 70 N.A. 79 N.A. 19 80,000 55 N.A. 63 N.A. 59 N.A. 7 9,000 58 N.A. 59 N.A. 65 N.A. 18 STATE TRENDS IN CHILD WELL-BEING The Annie E. Casey Foundation | www.aecf.org 43

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