Our principles and public policy priorities and the work they guide.
Policy strategies with a focus on racial and ethnic disparities.
Policy strategies to promote early healthy development.
Policy strategies for promoting children's social, emotional and behavioral health.
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Born as a CSSP project in 1990, the KIDS COUNT initiative is a way to help local communities, states and national leaders make better informed policy and practice decisions in order to improve the well-being of America’s children.
CSSP is proud to release its 2013 annual report, focused on equity.
"... growing up in a low-income neighborhood leads to attending underfunded school, leads to decreased academic achievement, leads to securing a low wage job, leads to residing in a low-income neighborhood – and on it goes to the next generation."