Items listed here are shorter documents (less than 3 pages) that provide statistics and/or explanations in a succinct manner.
This fact sheet reveals the effect on decreasing children's poverty rates as parents, even those working full time, increase their own education level. Implications for policy are discussed.
This sheet shows that most children in low-income families have parents employed full-time and year round, and that many low-income parents are unable to find full-time, year-round work. It also addresses the concentration of low-income workers in the service industry.
This annual report gives a statistical overview of numbers and percentages of children living in low-income and poor families. Highlighted demographics include age of children, race and ethnicity, and common misconceptions.