2014 KIDS COUNT PROFILE

ECONOMIC
WELL- BEING
DOMAIN RANK
EDUCATION
DOMAIN RANK
HEALTH
DOMAIN RANK
FAMILY AND
COMMUNITY
DOMAIN RANK
OVERALL RANK
High school students
not graduating on time
Teens who abuse
alcohol or drugs
Teen births per 1,000
Children in families where
the household head lacks
a high school diploma
Children in
single-parent families
Children living in
high-poverty areas
Child and teen deaths
per 100,000
Children without
health insurance
Low-birthweight babies
Eighth graders not
proficient in math
Fourth graders not
proficient in reading
Children not
attending preschool
Children living in
households with a high
housing cost burden
Children whose parents
lack secure employment
Children in poverty
Teens not in school
and not working
N.A. NOT AVAILABLE
2012
24%
621,000 CHILDREN
WORSENED
2005 19%
OHIO
22
16
18
30
2011/12
16%
N.A.
IMPROVED
2005/06 21%
2011–12
6%
53,000 TEENS
IMPROVED
2005–06 8%
2012
30
11,437 BIRTHS
IMPROVED
2005 39
2012
10%
262,000 CHILDREN
IMPROVED
2005 12%
2012
37%
923,000 CHILDREN
WORSENED
2005 32%
2008–12
14%
376,000 CHILDREN
WORSENED
2000 7%
2010
25
741 DEATHS
IMPROVED
2005 32
2012
5%
141,000 CHILDREN
IMPROVED
2008 7%
2012
8.6%
11,857 BABIES
IMPROVED
2005 8.7%
2013
60%
N.A.
IMPROVED
2005 67%
2013
63%
N.A.
IMPROVED
2005 66%
2010–12
56%
161,000 CHILDREN
IMPROVED
2005–07 58%
2012
31%
825,000 CHILDREN
IMPROVED
2005 33%
2012
32%
856,000 CHILDREN
WORSENED
2008 28%
2012
7%
42,000 TEENS
UNCHANGED
2008 7%
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2014 KIDS COUNT PROFILE
High school students
not graduating on time
Teens who abuse
alcohol or drugs
Teen births per 1,000
Children in families where
the household head lacks
a high school diploma
Children in
single-parent families
Children living in
high-poverty areas
Child and teen deaths
per 100,000
Children without
health insurance
Low-birthweight babies
Eighth graders not
proficient in math
Fourth graders not
proficient in reading
Children not
attending preschool
Children living in
households with a high
housing cost burden
Children whose parents
lack secure employment
Children in poverty
Teens not in school
and not working
N.A. NOT AVAILABLE
FAMILY AND
COMMUNITY
HEALTH
EDUCATION
ECONOMIC
WELL- BEING
2012
23%
16,397,000 CHILDREN
WORSENED
2005 19%
UNITED STATES
2011/12
19%
N.A.
IMPROVED
2005/06 27%
2011–12
6%
1,618,000 TEENS
IMPROVED
2005–06 8%
2012
29
305,388 BIRTHS
IMPROVED
2005 40
2012
15%
10,887,000 CHILDREN
IMPROVED
2005 16%
2012
35%
24,725,000 CHILDREN
WORSENED
2005 32%
2008–12
13%
9,362,000 CHILDREN
WORSENED
2000 9%
2010
26
20,482 DEATHS
IMPROVED
2005 32
2012
7%
5,264,000 CHILDREN
IMPROVED
2008 10%
2012
8.0%
315,709 BABIES
IMPROVED
2005 8.2%
2013
66%
N.A.
IMPROVED
2005 72%
2013
66%
N.A.
IMPROVED
2005 70%
2010–12
54%
4,307,000 CHILDREN
IMPROVED
2005–07 56%
2012
38%
27,761,000 CHILDREN
WORSENED
2005 37%
2012
31%
23,101,000 CHILDREN
WORSENED
2008 27%
2012
8%
1,404,000 TEENS
UNCHANGED
2008 8%
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