KIDS COUNT Alaska


KIDS COUNT is a project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation. This website is a premier source for data on child and family wellbeing in not only Alaska, but throughout the United States. Through this website, you are able to access hundreds of indicators, download data, and create reports and graphics that support smart decisions about children and families.

KIDS COUNT Data Center

The KIDS COUNT Data Center is the premier online source for data on child and family well-being in not only Alaska, but throughout the United States.

Through the KIDS COUNT Data Center, you can:

Search. Access 4 million data points from the most trusted national sources and from more than 53 state- and territory-based organizations in the KIDS COUNT Data Center. Find the statistics most relevant to your community and compare your community with others by entering any location, topic or keyword into the powerful search engine.

Create. Use the KIDS COUNT Data Center’s intuitive visual tools to easily create customizable maps, graphs and tables for your website, PowerPoint presentations and grant applications.

Connect. Access data experts at the Annie E. Casey Foundation and throughout the KIDS COUNT grantee network to help you communicate with institutions, agencies, legislative decision makers and community leaders.

Share. Expand your reach through social media. Post data visualizations on Facebook, add custom graphics to Tumblr, and tweet about how the well-being of your state’s children compares with the region and nation.

Impact. The KIDS COUNT Data Center is your link to hundreds of child well-being indicators related to education, employment and income, health, poverty and youth risk factors. Through this tool, you have the power to encourage policies that support smart decisions about children and families.