Compare Indicators Across States
Use this interactive table to get a snapshot view of all states’ results on any Yearbook indicator in our three domains – Good Health, Strong Families, and Positive Early Learning Experiences. Explore the results for all states on the map and through sortable listings by finding or state. Simply select the indicator to explore by either typing the indicator name into the Search bar or by clicking on the domain name and scrolling to the indicator in the alphabetized list. Not sure of an indicator name? Begin typing in the search bar for suggestions.
Race/ethnicity: American Indian/Alaska Native Race/ethnicity: Asian Race/ethnicity: Black Race/ethnicity: Hispanic Race/ethnicity: Multiple Races Race/ethnicity: Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Race/ethnicity: White Poverty status: Above Low-Income Poverty status: Low-Income Poverty status: In Poverty Poverty status: In Deep Poverty Family structure: 2-Parent Family Family structure: 1-Parent Family Family structure: No Parents Present Grandparent-headed households Rural/Non-metro Area 150% SMI Percent Infant Toddler Population Infant Toddler Working Moms No Working Parents At least one parent works full timeEligibility limit (% FPL) for pregnant women in Medicaid Uninsured low-income infants/toddlers Infants ever breastfed Infants breastfed at 6 months WIC coverage for infants WIC coverage for one-year-olds WIC coverage for two-year-olds High weight-for-length in WIC† Late or no prenatal care received Mothers reporting less than optimal mental health Infant mortality rate (deaths per 1,000 live births) Babies with low birthweight Preterm births Preventive medical care received Preventive dental care received Received recommended vaccines Medical homeMedicaid expansion state Pregnant workers protection† Postpartum extension of Medicaid coverage† State Medicaid policy for maternal depression screening in well-child visits Medicaid plan covers social-emotional screening for young children Medicaid plan covers IECMH services at home Medicaid plan covers IECMH services at pediatric/family medicine practices Medicaid plan covers IECMH services in early childhood education settingsTANF benefits receipt among families in poverty Low or very low food security Housing instability Crowded housing Unsafe neighborhoods Family resilience One adverse childhood experience Two or more adverse childhood experiences Maltreatment rate per 1,000 infants/toddlers† Time in out-of-home placements† Potential home visiting beneficiaries served Removed from home (per 1,000 infants/toddlers)† Permanency Achieved: Reunified† Permanency Achieved: Relative† Permanency Achieved: Guardian† Permanency Achieved: Adoption†Parent reads to baby every day Parent sings to baby every day Percentage of income-eligible infants/toddlers with Early Head Start access Low/moderate income infants/toddlers in CCDF funded-care Cost of care, as % of income married families† Cost of care, as % of income single parents† Developmental screening received Percentage of infants/toddlers receiving IDEA Part C services Timeliness of Part C services†Infant eligibility level for child care subsidy above 200% of FPL Group size requirements meet or exceed EHS standards Adult/child ratio requirements meet or exceed EHS standards Level of teacher qualification required by the state beyond a high school diploma Infant/toddler credential adopted† State reimburses center based child care at/above 75th percentile of market rates† State includes "at-risk" children as eligible for IDEA Part C services or reports that they serve “at-risk” children†