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[IWS] AMERICAN'S CHILDREN: KEY INDICATORS OF WELL-BEING (AT A GLANCE FOR 2014 & TABLES) [ 11 July 2014]

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Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics

 

AT A GLANCE FOR 2014

AMERICAN'S CHILDREN: KEY INDICATORS OF WELL-BEING

http://www.childstats.gov/pdf/ac2014/ac_14.pdf

[full-text, 6 pages]

 

TABLES

http://www.childstats.gov/americaschildren/tables.asp

 

Tables include data from 1950–2013, when available

 POPULATION

 FAMILY AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT

 ECONOMIC CIRCUMSTANCES

 HEALTH CARE

 PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT AND SAFETY

 BEHAVIOR

 EDUCATION

 HEALTH

Click on tables below

 Population

Table POP1.

Child population: Number of children (in millions) ages 0–17 in the United States by age, 1950–2013 and projected 2014–2050

Table POP2.

Children as a percentage of the population: Persons in selected age groups as a percentage of the total U.S. population, and children ages 0–17 as a percentage of the dependent population, 1950–2013 and projected 2014–2050

Table POP3.

Race and Hispanic origin composition: Percentage of U.S. children ages 0–17 by race and Hispanic origin, 1980–2013 and projected 2014–2050

 Family and Social Environment

Table FAM1.A.

Family structure and children’s living arrangements: Percentage of children ages 0–17 by race and Hispanic origin and presence of parents in household, 1980–2013

Table FAM1.B.

Family structure and children's living arrangements: Detailed living arrangements of children by gender, race and Hispanic origin, age, parent's education, and poverty status, 2013

Table FAM2.A.

Births to unmarried women: Birth rates for unmarried women by age of mother, 1980–2012

Table FAM2.B.

Births to unmarried women: Percentage of all births that are to unmarried women by age of mother, 1980–2012

Table FAM3.A.

Child care: Primary child care arrangements for children ages 0–4 with employed mothers by selected characteristics, selected years 1985–2011

Table FAM3.B.

Child care: Percentage of children ages 3–6, not yet in kindergarten, in center-based care arrangements by child and family characteristics and region, selected years 1995–2012

Table FAM3.C.

Child care: Child care arrangements of grade school children ages 5–14 with employed mothers, selected years 1995–2010

Table FAM4.

Children of at least one foreign-born parent: Percentage of children ages 0–17 by nativity of child and parents, parent’s education, poverty status, and other characteristics, selected years 1994–2013

Table FAM5.

Language spoken at home and difficulty speaking English: Number of children ages 5–17 who speak a language other than English at home by language spoken and ability to speak English, and the percentages of those speaking a language other than English at home and those with difficulty speaking English by selected characteristics, selected years 1979–2012

Table FAM6.

Adolescent births: Birth rates by mother’s age and race and Hispanic origin, 1980–2012

Table FAM7.A.

Child maltreatment: Rate of substantiated maltreatment reports of children ages 0–17 by selected characteristics, 1998–2012

Table FAM7.B.

Child maltreatment: Percentage of substantiated maltreatment reports of children ages 0–17 by maltreatment type and age, 2012

 Economic Circumstances

Table ECON1.A.

Child poverty: Percentage of children ages 0–17 living below selected poverty levels by selected characteristics, 1980–2012

Table ECON1.B.

Income distribution: Percentage of children ages 0–17 by family income relative to the poverty line, 1980–2012

Table ECON2.

Secure parental employment: Percentage of children ages 0–17 living with at least one parent employed year round, full time by family structure, race and Hispanic origin, poverty status, and age, 1980–2012

Table ECON3.

Food insecurity: Percentage of children ages 0–17 in food-insecure households by severity of food insecurity and selected characteristics, selected years 1995–2012

 Health Care

Table HC1.

Health insurance coverage: Percentage of children ages 0–17 covered by health insurance at some time during the year by type of health insurance and selected characteristics, 1987–2012

Table HC2.

Usual source of health care: Percentage of children ages 0–17 with no usual source of health care by age, type of health insurance, and poverty status, 1993–2012

Table HC3.A.

Immunization: Percentage of children ages 19–35 months vaccinated for selected diseases by poverty status and race and Hispanic origin, 1996–2012

Table HC3.B.

Immunization: Percentage of adolescents ages 13–17 years vaccinated for selected diseases by poverty status and race and Hispanic origin, 2006–2012

Table HC4.A/B.

Oral health: Percentage of children ages 2–17 with a dental visit in the past year by age and selected charactersitics, 1997–2012

Table HC4.C.

Oral health: Percentage of children ages 5–17 with untreated dental caries (cavities) by age, poverty status, and race and Hispanic origin, 1988–1994, 1999–2004, 2005–2008, 2009–2010, and 2011–2012

 Physical Environment and Safety

Table PHY1.

Outdoor air quality: Percentage of children ages 0–17 living in counties with pollutant concentrations above the levels of the current air quality standards, 1999–2012

Table PHY2.A.

Environmental tobacco smoke: Percentage of children ages 4–17 with specified blood cotinine levels by age, selected years 1988–2012

Table PHY2.B.

Environmental tobacco smoke: Percentage of children ages 0–6 living in homes where someone smoked regularly by race and Hispanic origin and poverty status, 1994, 2005, and 2010

Table PHY3.

Drinking water quality: Percentage of children served by community water systems that did not meet all applicable health-based drinking water standards, 1993–2012

Table PHY4.A.

Lead in the blood of children: Percentage of children ages 1–5 with blood lead levels at or above 5 µg/dL, 1988–1994, 1999–2002, 2003–2006, and 2009–2012

Table PHY4.B.

Lead in the blood of children: Percentage of children ages 1–5 with blood lead levels at or above 5 µg/dL, by race and Hispanic origin and poverty status, 2009–2012

Table PHY5.

Housing problems: Percentage of households with children ages 0–17 that reported housing problems by type of problem, selected years 1978–2011

Table PHY6.

Youth victims of serious violent crimes: Rate and number of victimizations for youth ages 12–17 by age, race and Hispanic origin, and gender, 1980–2012

Table PHY7.A.

Child injury and mortality: Emergency department visit rates for children ages 1–14 by leading causes of injury, 1995–2010

Table PHY7.B.

Child injury and mortality: Death rates among children ages 1–14 by gender, race and Hispanic origina, and all causes and all injury causes, 1980–2011

Table PHY8.A.

Adolescent injury and mortality: Emergency department visit rates for adolescents ages 15–19 by leading causes of injury, 1995–2010

Table PHY8.B.

Adolescent injury and mortality: Death rates among adolescents ages 15–19 by gender, race and Hispanic origin, and all causes and all injury causes, 1980–2011

 Behavior

Table BEH1.

Regular cigarette smoking: Percentage of 8th-, 10th-, and 12th-grade students who reported smoking cigarettes daily in the past 30 days by grade, gender, and race and Hispanic origin, 1980–2013

Table BEH2.

Alcohol use: Percentage of 8th-, 10th-, and 12th-grade students who reported having five or more alcoholic beverages in a row in the past 2 weeks by grade, gender, and race and Hispanic origin, 1980–2013

Table BEH3.

Illicit drug use: Percentage of 8th-, 10th-, and 12th-grade students who reported using illicit drugs in the past 30 days by grade, gender, and race and Hispanic origin, 1980–2013

Table BEH4.A.

Sexual activity: Percentage of high school students who reported ever having had sexual intercourse by gender, race and Hispanic origin, and grade, selected years 1991–2011

Table BEH4.B.

Sexual activity: Among those who reported having had sexual intercourse during the past 3 months, the percentage of high school students who reported use of birth control pills to prevent pregnancy before last sexual intercourse by gender, race and Hispanic origin, and grade, selected years 1991–2011

Table BEH4.C.

Sexual activity: Among those who reported having had sexual intercourse during the past 3 months, the percentage of high school students who reported condom use during the last sexual intercourse, by gender, race and Hispanic origin, and grade, selected years 1991–2011

Table BEH5.

Youth perpetrators of serious violent crimes: Rate and number of serious violent crimes by youth ages 12–17, 1980–2012

 Education

Table ED1.

Family reading to young children: Percentage of children ages 3–5 who were read to 3 or more times in the last week by a family member by child and family characteristics and region, selected years 1993–2012

Table ED2.A/B.

Mathematics and reading achievement: Average mathematics scale scores of 4th-, 8th-, and 12th-graders by child and family characteristics, selected years 1990–2013

Table ED2.C.

Mathematics and reading achievement: Average reading scale scores of 4th-, 8th-, and 12th-graders by child and family characteristics, selected years 1992–2013

Table ED3.A.

High school academic coursetaking: Percentage of high school graduates who took selected mathematics courses in high school, selected years 1982–2009

Table ED3.B.

High school academic coursetaking: Percentage of high school graduates who took selected science courses in high school, selected years 1982–2009

Table ED3.C.

High school academic coursetaking: Percentage distribution of high school graduates by the highest level of foreign language courses taken, selected years 1982–2009

Table ED4.

High school completion: Percentage of young adults ages 18–24 who have completed high school by race and Hispanic origin and method of completion, 1980–2012

Table ED5.A.

Youth neither enrolled in school nor working: Percentage of youth ages 16–19 who are neither enrolled in school nor working by age, gender, and race and Hispanic origin, 1985–2013

Table ED5.B.

Youth enrolled in school and working: Percentage of youth ages 16–19 who are enrolled in school and working by age, gender, and race and Hispanic origin, selected years 1985–2013

Table ED5.C.

Youth school enrollment and working status: Percentage of youth ages 16–19 by age, school enrollment and working status, gender, and race and Hispanic origin, selected years 1985–2013

Table ED6.

College enrollment: Percentage of high school completers who were enrolled in college the October immediately after completing high school by gender, race and Hispanic origin, and income level, 1980–2012

 Health

Table HEALTH1.A.

Preterm birth and low birthweight: Percentage of infants born preterm by detailed race and Hispanic origin of mother, 1990–2012

Table HEALTH1.B.

Preterm birth and low birthweight: Percentage of infants born with low birthweight by detailed race and Hispanic origin of mother, 1980–2012

Table HEALTH2.

Infant mortality: Death rates among infants by detailed race and Hispanic origin of mother, 1983–1991 and 1995–2011

Table HEALTH3.A.

Emotional and behavioral difficulties: Percentage of children ages 4–17 reported by a parent to have serious or minor difficulties with emotions, concentration, behavior, or getting along with other people by selected characteristics, 2001–2012

Table HEALTH3.B.

Emotional and behavioral difficulties: Percentage of children ages 4–17 with serious or minor emotional or behavioral difficulties who received services by type of service, 2001–2012

Table HEALTH4.A.

Adolescent depression: Percentage of youth ages 12–17 who had at least one Major Depressive Episode (MDE) in the past year by age, gender, race and Hispanic origin, and poverty status, 2004–2012

Table HEALTH4.B.

Adolescent depression: Percentage of youth ages 12–17 with at least one Major Depressive Episode (MDE) in the past year who received treatment for depression by age, gender, race and Hispanic origin, and poverty status, 2004–2012

Table HEALTH4.C.

Adolescent depression: Percentage of youth ages 12–17 who had at least one Major Depressive Episode (MDE) with severe impairment in the past year by age, gender, race and Hispanic origin, and poverty status, 2004–2012

Table HEALTH5.

Activity limitation: Percentage of children ages 5–17 with activity limitation resulting from one or more chronic health conditions by gender, poverty status, and race and Hispanic origin, selected years 1997–2012

Table HEALTH6.

Diet quality: Average diet scores for children ages 2–17 as a percentage of Federal diet quality standards by dietary components, 2003–2004, 2005–2006, and 2007–2008

Table HEALTH7.

Obesity: Percentage of children ages 6–17 who are obese by age, race and Hispanic origin, and gender, selected years 1976–2012

Table HEALTH8.A.

Asthma: Percentage of children ages 0–17 with asthma, selected years 1980–2012

Table HEALTH8.B.

Asthma: Percentage of children ages 0–17 who currently have asthma by age, poverty status, race and Hispanic origin, and area of residence, 2001–2012

 

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