Policy information on healthy development and school readiness for young children is now available on a state-by-state basis in a report from the New York City-based National Center for Children in Poverty.
Each state's profile features data on issues such as prekindergarten access, health-insurance coverage, child-care quality, and paid-leave policies for parents.
State policies that promote health, education, and strong families can help the early development and school readiness of America’s youngest citizens. These profiles highlight states’ policy choices alongside other contextual data related to the well-being of young children.
This from the National Center on Children in Poverty.