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ACNJ Publications


ACNJ distributes information designed to educate the public, policymakers and other advocates on the well-being of New Jersey children. 

Our most recent publications are showcased below. Use the publications listings to the right to find additional reports in specific issue areas.


ACNJFood for Thought: 3rd Annual NJ School Breakfast report

Read the release and download the report.

View data for districts in your county.

ACNJ2013 New Jersey State Kids Count: The State of Our Children

This year's report has a special section with a focus on the state's youngest children. The 2013 county rankings and profiles are now available.

Read the press release, county rankings, profiles, and download the county pocket guide.

ACNJNewark Kids Count 2012-2013, A City Profile of Well-being

Newark Kids Count 2012-13, with a special focus on city's youngest children. Read the press release, view presentation(ppt) and download thereport.

ACNJ The Littlest Victims: Protecting Babies from Abuse and Neglect.

The report presents an analysis and provides recommendations to better protect New Jersey babies from abuse and neglect.

Read the release and download the report.

ACNJKids Count Special Report: Juvenile Justice

Measuring Change in New Jersey’s Treatment of Young Offenders

Read the release and download the report.

ACNJEarly Learning Instructional Leaders and Strong PreK-3rd Student Assessment Systems: The New Jersey Story

ACNJBuilding an Early Learning System Beyond the Schoolhouse Walls

This Making Connections policy brief outlines the importance of collaboration and cooperation among school districts and those formal and informal settings that provide care and learning to their future students. Download the brief.

ACNJReading by Third Grade, Path to School Success

See reading proficiency scores by county.

See reading proficiency
scores by legislative district.

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