ACNJ regularly issues reports and other publications to inform policymakers, other advocates and the public about emerging issues facing New Jersey's children and families. Below are ACNJ’s latest publications. To find reports by issue area, use the menu on the right-hand side of this page. Or you can access documents by doing keyword search.
Newark Kids Count 2010, A City Profile of Child Well-being
As the Newark community seeks solutions to improving its public education system, this report shows student achievement varies greatly from school to school, no matter if it is a district or charter school.
Read thePress Releaseand the Director’s Messageon what the data show.
New Law Aims to Give Foster Children School Stability
Read ACNJ’s primer and theDirector’s Message on the law.
New Jersey Ranks 7th Nationwide on Child Well-being
View New Jersey's profile in the Kids Count 2010 databook, a state by state study on the well-being of America's children.
New Jersey Kids Count 2010 County Rankings
Take a closer look at county level data to better understand how children are faring in each of New Jersey’s 21 counties and in different parts of the state.
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