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The 2014 Rhode Island Kids Count Factbook, released on April 7, 2014 at Rhode Island KIDS COUNT's Annual Breakfast at the Crowne Plaza Hotel at the Crossings, reports on 70 indicators of child well-being across five subjects: Family and Community, Economic Well-Being, Health, Safety, and Education. The Factbook provides a statistical portrait of the status of Rhode Island's children. Information is presented for the state of Rhode Island, each city and town and an aggregate of the four cities, entitled "core cities," in which more than 25% of the children live in poverty. The four core cities are Central Falls, Pawtucket, Providence and Woonsocket.



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TABLE OF CONTENTS AND OVERVIEW

FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SECTION SAFETY SECTION
Child PopulationChild Deaths
Children in Single-Parent
Families
Teen Deaths
Grandparents Caring for
Grandchildren
Youth Violence
Mother’s Education LevelGun Violence
Racial and Ethnic DiversityHomeless and Runaway Youth
Racial and Ethnic DisparitiesJuveniles Referred to Family Court
 Juveniles at the Training School
Children of Incarcerated Parents
ECONOMIC WELL–BEING SECTIONChildren Witnessing
Domestic Violence
Median Family Income Child Abuse and Neglect
Cost of Housing Children in Out-of-Home Placement
Homeless ChildrenPermanency for Children in
DCYF Care
Secure Parental Employment 
Children Receiving Child Support 
Children in PovertyEDUCATION SECTION
Children in Families Receiving
Cash Assistance
Children Enrolled in Early Intervention
Children Receiving
SNAP Benefits
Children Enrolled in Early Head Start
Women and Children
Participating in WIC
Licensed Capacity of
Early Learning Programs
Children Participating in School
Breakfast
Children Receiving Child Care Subsidies
 Early Learning Programs Participating
in BrightStars
HEALTH SECTION Children Enrolled in Head Start
PDFChildren’s Health InsurancePDF Children Enrolled in State Pre-K
PDFChildhood ImmunizationsPDF Children Enrolled in Preschool Special Education
PDFAccess to Dental CarePDFPublic School Enrollment and
Demographics
PDFChildren's Mental HealthPDF Children Enrolled in Full-Day Kindergarten
PDFChildren with Special NeedsOut-of-School Time
PDFInfants Born at Highest RiskEnglish Language Learners
PDFEvidence-Based Home VisitingChildren Enrolled in Special Education
PDFWomen with Delayed Prenatal CareStudent Mobility
PDFPreterm BirthsFourth-Grade Reading Skills
PDFLow Birthweight InfantsEighth-Grade Reading Skills
PDFInfant MortalityMath Skills
PDFBreastfeedingSchools Identified for Intervention
PDFChildren with Lead Poisoning Chronic Early Absence
PDFHousing and HealthChronic Absence, Middle School and High School
PDFAdolescent ObesitySuspensions
PDFBirths to TeensHigh School Graduation Rate
PDFAlcohol, Drug, and Tobacco Use
by Teens
College Preparation and Access
 Teens Not in School and
Not Working
  
SUMMARIES AND HIGHLIGHTS 
 Early Learning IndicatorsMETHODOLOGY, COMMITTEES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Child Welfare IndicatorsREFERENCES
Economic Well-Being Indicators
Education Indicators
Health Indicators
Youth and Safety Indicators
New England and U.S. Rankings