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151,167

152,192

151,504

6.8%

7.1%

7.1%

1.3%

1.3%

1.3%

87.6%

89.8%

89.9%

-

89.9%

na

72.8%

73.6%

70.0%

20.9%

21.9%

22.2%

-

-

-

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8.1%

-

na

15.4%

na

561

560

540

9.1

8.4

8.1

8.8

7.9

7.8

161,642

162,362

154,993

26,555

23,243

21,924

56,452

52,790

48,041

6,878

6,794

6,527

238

239

266

620,653

603,012

628,865

22.5%

21.7%

22.5%

1,220,483

1,192,680

1,231,006.0

44.3%

43.0%

44.1%

-

-

0.724

360,530

337,890

336,897

61.8%

62.2%

62.6%

$1,489,941,802

$1,443,504,707

$1,453,194,161

$49,697

$50,598

$53,431

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

323,378

-

299,210

-

27.1%

-

27,082

24,693

22,153

2,138

1,842

2,273

-

1,555

1,767

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

64.6%

66.8%

66.8%

60.6%

67.8%

67.6%

1,736,338

1,742,873

1,734,125

208,218

203,896

200,051

173,490

175,353

173,152

33.8%

33.5%

32.4%

-

-

-

5.30%

7.1%

9.1%

27%

28%

30%

49%

50%

51%

LOS ANGELES COUNTY CHILDREN AND FAMILIES FIRST - PROPOSITION 10 COMMISSION CHILDREN'S SCORECARD LOS ANGELES COUNTY TRENDS, 2002-2006

2002

GOOD HEALTH

Total live births Newborns with low birth weight (less than 5.5 pounds) Newborns with very low birth weight (less than 3.3 pounds) Births with prenatal care in the first trimester Children ages 0-17 with health insurance Children adequately immunized at age 2 Child obesity in 5th, 7th, 9th grades Children exposed to tobacco smoke at home Children with current asthma Children with special health care needs Child deaths (ages 1-17) Teen birth rate (per 1,000 females ages 10-17) Rate of repeat births to teens (per 1,000 females ages 15-19)

SAFETY AND SURVIVAL

DCFS child abuse and neglect referrals DCFS substantiated child abuse and neglect referrals*** Domestic violence-related calls to police for assistance Youth hospitalizations from preventable injuries Homicide victims ages 0-17

ECONOMIC WELL-BEING

Children below 100% Federal Poverty Level (FPL) Percent of children below 100% Federal Poverty Level Low-income children (family income <200% FPL) Percent of low-income children (family income <200% FPL) Families below poverty level, one or both spouses employed (2005, 2006, 2007) Children supported by CalWORKs*** Students enrolled in subsidized school lunch program Value of Earned Income Tax Credits claimed Median income of families with children Young adults in school or employed (ages 18-24) Homeless children ages 0-17 in families Homeless unaccompanied youth under age 18 (LAHSA area only)

SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING Parents of children 0-5 with difficulty finding child care

Library children's story time attendance Children who watch television 3 or more hours per day DCFS children in out-of-home care (foster and kin)*** DCFS children placed in adoptive homes during the calendar year Probation youth in out-of-home placement*** Probation youth living at home*** Probation youth detained in probation camps*** Probation youth detained in juvenile halls***

EDUCATION AND WORKFORCE READINESS

Births to mothers with 12+ years of education Births to fathers with 12+ years of education Public school enrollment (school year) Private school enrollment (school year) Students in special education Students who are English language learners Children in households where no adult speaks English English learners redesignated (passed English proficiency test) Students proficient or advanced in reading - 3rd grade Students proficient or advanced in math - 3rd grade

  • *

    2007 data

** 2005 data does not include Glendale, Pasadena, Long Beach; 2007 data includes these areas *** Year-end count

  • -

    Data not available

All education data is for public schools except line 50, private school enrollment

2003

2004

43

629,759

659,354

22.5%

23.5%

1,242,159.0

1,317,669.0

44.4%

46.9%

0.745

0.707

317,592

294,563

64.3%

61.9%

$1,467,509,737

-

$56,930

$60,264

82.5%

77.6%*

11,899**

11,222*

1,394

1,184*

150,377

151,837

7.3%

7.4%

1.3%

1.2%

90.4%

90.3%

91.7%

93.0%*

75.2%

76.1%*

23.3%

22.9%*

-

13.2%*

8.8%

7.9%*

15.7%

-

546

525

8.3

8.3

6.9

7.4

67.4%

-

68.0%

-

1,708,064

1,673,257

199,898

193,297

172,484

170,184

31.1%

29.9%

15.7%

16.6%

9.9%

11.5%

31%

32%

52%

54%

2005

2006

156,832

162,712

20,581

19,264

45,684

43,508

5,878

6,022

123

139

-

36.9%

-

376,003

29.2%

23.2%*

21,248

20,454

2,281

2,236

2,276

2,494

20,193

21,522

1,964

1,779

1,479

1,619

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