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California's Young Children: Demographic, Social, and Economic Conditions

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Publication Date: November 2002

Publisher(s): Public Policy Institute of California

Author(s): Deborah Reed; Amanda Bailey

Funder(s): Public Policy Institute of California

Funder(s): Public Policy Institute of California

Series: California Counts: Population Trends and Profiles v.4 no.2

Topic: Population and demographics (Children and youth)

Type: Report

Coverage: California

Abstract:

Examines how the social and economic circumstances of California's young children vary according to race and ethnicity, nativity and immigrant generation, region, family structure, and parents' education and workforce participation. Findings indicate that young children in immigrant families, who make up almost half the state's young child population, have the greatest needs but appear to be under-enrolled in current programs.