How can we make sure that young children are accurately counted in the 2020 Census?
One answer is rooted in the work of a small and effective state agency in upstate New York, which is working to ensure that state government plays its part.
Among all 50 states, the New York State Council on Children and Families is a leader in working with its member state agencies to promote the 2020 Census and make sure that all kids are counted. Its work could serve as a roadmap for other states to follow as they grapple with coordinating the work of state agencies, local and state nonprofits, and advocates who are working to get the word out about the Census.
Click here to learn more here about how you and state agencies can make sure kids are counted!