2011 Child Well-Being Index (CWI)

Publication date: 
December, 2011
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Foundation for Child Development

The Child Well-Being Index (CWI) is a national, research-based composite measure updated annually that describes how young people in the United States have fared since 1975. The 2011 annual release of the CWI paints a stark picture of the reality of American families and their children, finding that their well-being has trailed far behind our country’s economic growth over the past 35 years and that things are only poised to get worse.

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