Thousands of data points from local, state, and federal sources for all New Yorkers to know the facts, share the facts, and be part of solutions in every community.

About 39% of families with young children who responded to our survey were unaware of subsidized child care programs they may be eligible for. Read our report on building a universal ECE system in NYC. 
View early childcare sites across NYC with Map Community Resources
60% of families in the NY Metro Area report a loss of income since March 2020. Learn more from data on child and family well-being in the new edition of Keeping Track of New York City's Children: 2022.
Check other facts on children and families with Explore Data
*DATA BOOK* Keeping Track of New York City’s Children: 2022

For over 76 years, Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York has refined an approach to child advocacy that is rooted in the facts. Through this flagship publication, "Keeping Track of New York City’s Children," we further this mission by informing government officials, philanthropic organizations, local service providers, and New Yorkers at-large about child and family well-being in every community across the city. This data book aims to present facts, shed light on progress gaps and inequities stemming from structural discrimination, and demonstrate the importance of public policy and budget decisions on the lives of New York City’s children and families.