This data book provides government officials, philanthropic organizations, academics, child and family service professionals, and New Yorkers at large with information on both welcomed and worrisome trends facing children and families across New York City. This 2020 edition also calls attention to how a fair and accurate decennial census count is crucial to advance policies, programs and budget solutions that make New York City a better place for children to live, learn and grow.
Keeping Track lets you identify the needs and advocate for New York City's 1.7 million children
6 out of 7 community districts that rank highest in overall risk are in the Bronx See where your community ranks in risk
400,000+ children in New York City are growing up in households below the Federal Poverty Level Get the facts on new york city’s children
1,800 universal pre-K sites citywide provide seats to over 80,000 children Build a map of community resources
“Keeping Track of New York City’s Children: 2020"
January 2020 Analysis of Diversity in NYC Schools - Only 1/3 of NYC Schools are Representative of Their Districts