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Alameda County Child Care Planning Council features latest news, research and publications on early childhood education.

Alameda County Public Health Department, CAPE Unit offers timely, accurate, user-friendly information for public health surveillance, policy development, program guidance, and community development in Alameda County, with additional focus on target communities within the county.

Center for the Study of Social Policy has published documents, reports and tools that help guide planning and implementation of policies in local community contexts.  CSSP is the national leader on Strengthening Families.

Child Welfare Dynamic Report System is a CA Department of Social Services and UC Berkeley School of Social Work  partnership to produce searchable state and county data on prevalence of child maltreatment, child welfare services data.

Child Trends is a nonprofit, nonpartisan research center that studies children at all stages of development focusing especially on poverty, welfare, early childhood development, education and health among other topics. It offers a data bank of over 100 indicators of child risk and positive development. Child Trends partners with Annie E. Casey Foundation to develop the annual Data Book of statewide indicators of child well-being.

Children Now is a nonpartisan, multi-issue research, policy development, and advocacy organization dedicated to promoting children's health and education in California and creating national media policies that support child development. Children Now publishes the California Report Card and the Children's Agenda, which details the top ten high-priority, high-impact actions California policymakers should take to reverse the declining status of children.

 The California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) is a random-dial telephone survey conducted on a continuous basis and covering a wide range of health topics. CHIS data gives a detailed picture of the health and health care needs of California's large and diverse population, searchable by county and special areas.

The County Health Roadmaps – A county-by-county comparison showing what the collective research community knows when it comes to what's making people sick or healthy. The County Health Roadmaps show what communities can do to create healthier places to live, learn, work, and play.

The Center of the Study of Child Care Employment at UC Berkeley conducts research and proposes policy solutions aimed at improving how the nation prepares, supports and rewards the early care and education workforce to ensure young children's optimal development

Lucille Packard Foundation for Children's Health Kids Data provides data about the health and well- being of children in California by city, county, and school district to monitor trends and disparities.

Annie E. Casey Foundation Kids Count Data Center provides national and statewide trends on a variety of issues such as child poverty and welfare. Includes an annual Data Book of statewide indictors of child well-being.

National Center of Children in Poverty of the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University is a public policy center dedicated to promoting the economic security, health, and well-being of America's low-income families and children. NCCP uses research to inform policy and practice. This is an excellent source of data on children's social-emotional development and mental health.