The Children's Alliance has been working with the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) on a set of data tools to help inform both long-term and short term policies affecting children birth to three in Washington State.
Below, you'll find the first tool in this series: Using Data to Inform Infant and Toddler Policy Agenda Development Tool for WA. This tool is meant to be a resource for information on infants and toddlers in Washington, with statistics ranging from the proportion of infants and toddlers living in poverty, to the minimum licensing requirement for child care centers serving infants and toddlers in Washington. Federal data, compiled by CLASP, is also included to help identify areas where Washington seems to deviate from National trends.
If you have any questions about this tool, or have information regarding any of the data points, please contact Lauren Platt: Lauren@childrensalliance.org.
If you are interested in joining the Birth to Three Task Force, please contact Leslie Dozono: Leslie@childrensalliance.org.