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KIDS COUNT Data Book

After many years of calamitous economic trends, this year’s KIDS COUNT Data Book reveals some modest but hopeful signs of recovery and improvement for America’s children and families. While the nation certainly has not fully recovered from the recession, we are doing the hard work of digging out and moving ahead.
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Raising Student Voices: Student Action for University Community Investment

This paper seeks to identify ways to better connect two disparate realities that can be found side by side in America today: the growing needs of struggling communities and the vast but detached institutional wealth to which they are home. While communities across the United States continue to suffer in the wake of the financial crisis and the Great Recession, huge pools of investment capital are often to be found sitting right next door.
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Inclusive Competitiveness and Ohio’s Innovation Economy

Ohio’s economic future relies upon a well-educated and diverse talent base to create innovation and advancement in an increasingly competitive world. As a strategy, Inclusive Competitiveness is focused on improving the engagement and performance of underrepresented communities – women, minorities and rural Ohioans – within innovation ecosystems, emerging industry clusters and other areas critical to the state’s overall economic competitiveness.

Race for Results

The latest Annie E. Casey Race for Results report says that Ohio's African-American children ranked sixth lowest in the country on four indicators: early childhood, education and early work, family supports and neighborhood context.
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Get out the Count-December 18, 2019

The 2020 Census is right around the corner. Find out how philanthropy, nonprofit associations and their members are uniquely positioned to educate and advocate for the importance of an accurate and fair census count.

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