Newark Kids Count Forum to Inform Booker
On March 13, we will come together at Rutgers-Newark to discuss the sobering data in the just-released Newark Kids Count and to formulate concrete action steps to address the pressing needs of Newark’s children, especially infants and toddlers. We will share this information with Mayor Booker’s just-forming Early Childhood Policy Council. We will also share YOUR solutions directly with the mayor.
So please be part of this effort! We need all those invested in Newark – and its children – to step up and help identify concrete solutions..
Get more details and register today for this free event.
We Need Your Feedback on Newark Kids Count
Each year, we publish Newark Kids Count, a city profile of child well-being -- and we need to know how we’re doing. Our goal is to provide the most credible, useful information to help inform efforts to improve the well-being of Newark children and to build stronger families and communities.
So please take a few minutes to complete this quick survey. Tell us how you use Newark Kids Count, what you like about the report – and what other information you’d like to see covered in future reports.
Please take the survey now. It just takes a few minutes and you’ll be entered into a drawing to win one of five Dunkin Doughnuts gifts cards.
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