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KIDS COUNT® in Indiana Data Book

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2013 KIDS COUNT in Indiana Executive Summary

2013 KIDS COUNT in Indiana State Profile


KIDS COUNT Data by County

Download your County Page, a local snapshot of child well-being.

Search the KIDS COUNT Data Center, comprehensive database of youth statistics, by state, county and school district.
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Latest Issue Brief

A child’s first year of life is the most fragile. In 2012, 556 Hoosier children died prior to their first birthday. That is more than 3 in 400 infants or one every 16 hours. Learn more about infant mortality in IYI’s latest Issue Brief, “Babies at Risk: Overcoming an Unhealthy Start.”

Fact SheetIYI's Fact Sheets, created from the most recent Kid Count Indiana Data Book statistics, spotlight the critical areas of youth development.


Data PostersIYI’s Data Posters are infographics that illustrate childhood well-being statistics from the Annie E. Casey Foundation's Data Center.

National Data Book

Just Released! National 2014 KIDS COUNT Data Book

New data from the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s 2014 KIDS COUNT Data Book shows how Indiana children are making strides in education, but the state continues to struggle with high rates of child poverty. The Data Book ranked Indiana 27th nationally in overall child well-being, up from 30th in 2013. To see how Indiana rose in the rankings and to see data for the rest of the states, you can view the data book here.


How to Use KIDS COUNT Data

Check out this short video based on our popular
Issue Brief, “Turning Data into Dollars.”


Custom Data Request

Still need help with a specific question?  Submit a custom request to the IYI data team.