Race for Results: Building a Path to Opportunity for All Children is a policy report issued by the Annie E. Casey Foundation that examines the significant barriers to success facing children of color and provides recommendations for improving their opportunities. The Casey Foundation has annually published the KIDS COUNT Data Book to inform state and national decision makers on issues related to the well-being of America’s children, including calling attention to the persistently troubling status of children of color and their families.
This policy report presents for the first time the Race for Results Index, a new collection of data disaggregated by racial and ethnic groups and by state to illustrate how far we are from positioning all kids for success in school and in life. The Race for Results Index will become a continuing part of the Casey Foundation’s data agenda and can be used as a key benchmark measurement. This policy report, substantiated by significant research and filled with compelling data-visualizations, can be a resource to advocates for equal opportunity in education.
The policy report is comprised of seven sections:
This toolkit is designed to help practitioners, and it includes fact sheets on Child and Youth Development, Family and Community Success, Public Systems, and the cross-cutting issue of the Media.
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