Using NCLR’s Latino Kids Data Explorer to Teach Demographic and Social ChangePatirica Foxen, (November 1, 2013)
Issue: Children’s Research
Publication Type: Other
Using NCLR's Latino Kids Data Explorer to Teach Demographic and Social Change: A Guide for Professors and Researchers
NCLR’s Latino Kids Data Explorer is a web-based tool that enables users to find data and customize tables related to the well-being of Latino children across the U.S. The Data Explorer offers 27 national and state-level indicators of Latino child well-being, including demographic, economic, health, education, and juvenile justice variables. All variables can be broken down by age group (0–2, 0–4, 0–8, 0–17, inclusive) and include time trend and racial/ethnic comparisons.