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.
Nearly 175,000 children and youth stand to lose programming this summer. Read our brief on youth services in NYC and why they are necessary. View youth after school services across NYC with Map Community Resources
500,000 households have no internet access when it is more important than ever before as our brief on digital divide in NYC reveals. Check out hundreds of other facts on NYC families and children with Explore Data
Nearly 350,000 children under five in NYC are at risk of being undercounted. Learn more on Every Child Counts! campaign page. Analyze risks to child and family well-being by neighborhood with Rank Communities by Risk
“Keeping Track of New York City’s Children: 2020"