How does the county or counties you live and work in rank when it comes to child well-being?
Find out at this year's Kids Count Report Release, which is open to the public. Be the first to get new data on child well-being in child welfare, health, education, juvenile justice, and economic stability, as well as learn the results of our first-ever county ranking.
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The Kids Count in Nebraska Report is a children’s data and policy publication of Voices for Children. Key indicators measure the well-being of children in the areas of health, education, child welfare, juvenile justice, and economic stability.
For more information or to order copies of this year's Kids Count in Nebraska Report, please visit www.voicesforchildren.com.
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