5 03, 2020

How much funding does Texas receive based on Census data?

2020-03-05T23:40:30-06:00Categories: Census 101, Government, News, Resources|Tags: , , , , |

Expanding on recent research demonstrating that in Fiscal Year 2017 states and localities annually received over $1.5 trillion dollars in census-guided federal funding from 316 programs, George Washington University’s “Counting [...]

14 01, 2020

Featured Article: “How Libraries Can Help Count All Kids”

2020-01-14T01:27:32-06:00Categories: Education, Resources|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

This article originally appeared on the Count all kids blog: As trusted institutions with a far-reaching geographic presence, libraries are uniquely positioned to help ensure young children are counted in [...]

14 01, 2020

Featured Article: “Census 2020 – Count All Kids Alert” from Child Care Aware of America

2020-01-14T00:51:59-06:00Categories: Education, News, Resources|Tags: , , , , , , , |

This article by Debbie Stein and Child Care Aware of America originally appeared here: Once every 10 years, our nation undergoes the gargantuan task of “counting every one, only once, [...]

14 01, 2020

Featured Article: “Colonias to Immigrants: We Need You at Census Time” from The Pew Charitable Trusts

2020-02-11T14:29:00-06:00Categories: Multilingual, News|Tags: , , , , , , |

This article (with a useful interactive map for understanding the colonias at the original source) by Tim Henderson originally appeared on The Pew Charitable Trusts website: A colonia is one [...]

8 11, 2019

Featured Article: “Counting Young Kids in the South for the 2020 Census” from The Census Project

2020-01-14T01:41:40-06:00Categories: Data, Education, News, Resources|Tags: , , , |

This article originally appeared on The Census Project: Young children had a higher net undercount in the 2010 Census than other age groups — 4.6 percent, a rate that has [...]