ICD and CEED contribute to the 2015 Minnesota Early Childhood Risk and Reach Report.
The Minnesota Risk and Reach Report was produced by a partnership of the University of Minnesota, Wilder Research, and the Minnesota Departments of Education (MDE), Health (MDH), and Human Services (DHS). The report describes potential risks to the healthy development of young children and the extent of coverage of publicly-funded services to meet their early learning, health, and basic needs. The partnership is an ongoing collaborative working to continue to improve data collection and infrastructure to support integrative early childhood systems. Authors included Elizabeth Carlson, Senior Research Associate (ICD) and Director of the Harris Training Programs (CEED), and Alison Giovanelli, Graduate Student (ICD). The report was made possible by funding from the Irving Harris Foundation to the University of Minnesota.
- Minnesota Early Childhood Risk & Reach Report: Key Indicators of Early Childhood Development in Minnesota, County by County, September 2015, FULL REPORT (99 pages)
- Minnesota Early Childhood Risk & Reach: Summary of Key Indicators of Early Childhood Development in Minnesota, County by County, September 2015, SUMMARY (8 pages)