Essentials for Parenting Toddlers and Preschoolers is a free, online resource developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). For more, click here.
Alamance County Partnership for Children Reports:
Alamance Partnership for Children Annual Audit Report
APC 2015-2016 Annual Report Released
Each quarter, The Alamance Partnership for Children publishes a newsletter.
Data on children & families in Alamance County:
The Budget & Tax Center‘s Economic Snapshots provide a look at how well counties in North Carolina are faring across key indicators of economic well-being and opportunity. www.ncjustice.org/?q=budget-and-tax/btc-brief-county-economic-snapshots or download file here for Alamance County economic data snapshot
US Census Quick Facts: Alamance County Profile: (Pop, race, housing, median income)
Annie E. Casey Kids Count Data Center, Alamance County Profile: (health, educ, teen data, newborn data…)
Child Care Services Association Child Care in Alamance County Fact Sheet: 2017
NC “LINC” system – pick topics for Alamance such as ‘Topic Group: Social And Human Services’
City-data.com broad profile: www.city-data.com/county/Alamance_County-NC.html
Performance Based Incentive Standards (PBIS) Report
Partner Reports on Alamance Children and Families
NC Child advances public policies that improve the lives of North Carolina’s children. "We work statewide to ensure that all children are healthy, safe, well-educated, and economically secure by engaging communities, and informing and influencing decision-makers."
North Carolina Data & Topic Sheets
"Early childhood education is an efficient and effective investment for economic and workforce development. The earlier the investment, the greater the return on investment" from Heckman Deficit Piece