Thursday, February 21, 2013

Just Released . . . 2013 Child Indicator Newsletter

Child Trends
February 21, 2013 
Just Released . . . 2013 Child Indicator Newsletter
 The Winter 2013 Child Indicator newsletter features the following articles and information:
  • Measuring Subjective Well-Being, Discusses the subjective well-being module of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' American Time Use Survey.
  • Violent Crime Against Youth, 1994-2010. Examines recent and longer-term declines in violent crimes against U.S. youth.
  • News (and new products) from the U.S. Census Bureau. Features new tools and data developments from the U.S. Census Bureau.
  • International News. Highlights multiple international reports, including Child Trends' recent report from the World Family Map project.
  • Systems Science: A New Frame for Indicators? Discusses the evolution in indicators knowledge, and new insights about indicators and evaluation from the field of public health.
  • Short Takes. Provides a brief overview of some newly available resources for child and youth indicators.
The series of Child Indicator newsletters highlight several major developments and new resources within the child and youth indicators field to interested users, researchers, and data developers.

Child Trends produces and distributes The Child Indicator with support from The Annie E. Casey Foundation. 

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