Latino Kids Data Explorer

This data tool offers 27 national and state-level indicators of Latino child well-being, including demographic, health, education, housing, income, and juvenile justice variables. It is a valuable resource for advocates, policymakers, researchers, reporters and others seeking to understand the trends and challenges facing America’s Latino children through time and across the nation.

About the data explorer

The NCLR Latino Kids

Data Explorer is a user-friendly tool that provides comprehensive data on Latino children in the United States. As a companion to NCLR’s 2016 publication Toward a More Equitable Future: The Trends and Challenges Facing America’s Latino Children, the Data Explorer offers 27 national- and state-level indicators of Latino child well-being, including demographic, health, education, housing, income, and juvenile justice variables. The data are available by age group (0-2, 0-4, 0-8, 0-17, inclusive) and include time trend and racial/ethnic comparisons.

The rapidly growing Latino child population represents a crucial segment of our country’s future workers, taxpayers, voters, and parents, making this tool a valuable resource for advocates, policymakers, researchers, reporters, and others who seek to identify the challenges and potential areas of investment in our nation’s increasingly diverse child population.