*This program is hosted by our partner, Early Childhood Funders Collaborative (ECFC), who has extended an invitation to PNY members. Space is limited and will be granted on a first come, first served basis.*
The Decennial Census happens every ten years and it is the only time we count everyone–adults, children and babies, citizens, immigrants, and visitors. Census data informs the allocation of federal, state, and local dollars, and states, localities, and businesses use census data for community planning, including where to open new stores and distribute school funding.
Yet, in 2010, one in five children were missed because their family did not return the form, and four in five children lived in families that returned the form but didn’t include the young child on it. An under-count of young children in the Census is critical to the child’s and family’s access to resources such as housing, jobs, equitable education, and health care. Early childhood funders also face obstacles in advocating for children and families when Census data is unreliable and misrepresents demographic data.
- The factors contributing to young children’s under-count in the Census
- Actionable strategies that funders can undertake to ensure that every child is counted when the next Census takes place on April 1, 2020
- Florencia Gutierrez, Senior Research Associate, KIDS COUNT, Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Kiki Jamieson, Ph.D., President, The Fund for New Jersey
- Deborah Stein, Network Director, Partnership for America’s Children
- Count All Kids, Census 2020 – Partnership for America’s Children
All interested funders.
Registration is required by June 4th.
Members and Non-Member Funders: Please click on the "Register Now" link above.
Please note: To ensure fairness among our members, we reserve the right to limit the number of attendees per organization for select professional development programs.
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