South Dakota KIDS COUNT collects and disseminates data that conveys a broad picture of how the state's children are doing.
The data provided by South Dakota KIDS COUNT gives South Dakotans a broad picture of how the state's children are doing. It provides parents, policymakers, advocates and others interested in the well-being of children with information they need to make informed decisions about policies and programs for children and families.
State and local organizations rely on SD KIDS COUNT for comprehensive data profiles such as the annual Factbook, Facts on KIDS quarterly monograph and special reports.
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
The Data Center is a one-stop source for child well-being data and includes national, state, county, city, congressional and school district level information.