WV Info-Graphics

Our Publications

In 2013, KIDS COUNT launched a forex afiliado new effort to share important data and inspire policy action for West afiliado fintech Virginia's kids using "info-graphics."  Info-graphics are simply graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge that present complex information melhores programas de afiliados de cripto quickly and clearly. Below, are brief descriptions of each KIDS COUNT info-graphic along with links to the full PDFs.   

Here's how you can use melhores programas de afiliados de opções binárias 2022 the KIDS COUNT info-graphics in your community...

  • Incorporate the infographic's data or policy recommendations into your own outreach and advocacy efforts.
  • Use our press release as a starting point for your own. 
  • Print and distribute your own copies of the PDF.
  • Create a hotlink from your website to this page.  
  • Invite KIDS COUNT to speak to your group about the data and the solutions.  

To contact KIDS COUNT, send us an e-mail at info@wvkidscount.org or call us at 304-345-2101.   Or, like us on Facebook

Closing the Achievement Gap

In our March 2014 info-graphic, Closing the Achievement Gap, KIDS COUNT details how income affects achievement, and what can be done to give every West Virginia child a fair shot at success. 

Born Smoking

More than 1 in 4 West Virginia women smokes while pregnant, which is the highest pregnancy smoking rate in the nation and more than 3 times the national average.

The Big Payoff:  Why We Should Be (But Aren't) Investing the Most in WV's Youngest Kids

The 2013 Data Book features a pull-out "info-graphic" called "The Big Payoff:  Why We Should Be (But Aren't) Investing the Most in WV's Youngest Kids." The info-graphic outlines, for first time, the dire shortage of high-quality childcare programs for the state's youngest children.

4th Grade Reading Proficiency

Are West Virginia's fourth graders "reading to learn"? That's the question West Virginia KIDS COUNT poses in our latest info-graphic released, and, the answer, according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), is a very clear, "No."

Teen Pregnancy in WV

Our inaugural infographic was published in conjunction with our 2013 KIDS COUNT Data Book and focused on West Virginia's teen pregnancy rates.