Reminder: The 2014 National KIDS COUNT Data Book Event is tomorrow!
Please Join CAHS and the Black and Puerto Rican Caucus for the Release of the Annie E. Casey Foundation's National 2014 KIDS COUNT Data Book!  
 
State Legislative Office Building, Room 1C
(Note the Room Change!)
Tuesday, July 22
11:00 a.m.
300 Capitol Avenue, Hartford, CT 06106

 

You can RSVP here if you are planning on attending.  

 

The 2014 National KIDS COUNT Data Book marks 25 years of the Annie E. Casey Foundation bringing attention to national and state-level data on the well-being of children. The 25th edition examines two major areas: 

  1. Data from 1990, the first year the Data Book was published, compared to our most recent data. These comparisons demonstrate the major trends in child well-being over the past 25 years.
  2. Recent trends that compare data from years 2005 to 2012, and include state rankings. The recent trend data will show how kids were faring prior to the economic crisis, compared to how they are doing in the aftermath.  

Featured Speakers:

  • Representative Edwin Vargas, 6th Assembly District - Hartford
  • Wade Gibson, Director of the Fiscal Policy Center at Connecticut Voices for Children
  • Frances Padilla, President of the Universal Health Care Foundation of Connecticut 
  • Orlando Rodriguez, Legislative Analyst at the Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs Commission
  • Aggie Kurzyna, Parent Leader from Connecticut Parent Power  
Please contact Tamara Kramer at 203-843-0401 or via email at tkramer@cahs.org if you have any questions.