Do you know how your county compares to others in Pennsylvania when it comes to child welfare, health insurance coverage, educational opportunities and other important measures of child well-being?
To help you get answers, Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children has created county-based “State of the Child” profiles that provide a snapshot of each county’s data, alongside statewide data and information on counties with similar geographic profiles. For each county, you can find:
- Child population and poverty statistics
- Information on how many children are uninsured, and how many benefit from coverage through Medicaid or Pennsylvania’s Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
- Data on how many children benefit from subsidized child care and publicly funded pre-kindergarten programs
- The number of children in foster care or receiving other child welfare services
- Academic performance data for school districts, charter schools and cyber charter schools