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1999 Children's report card

2002 Children's report card is now available through:

The Children's Report Card was developed by Minnesota Planning in 1994 to measure progress toward the Minnesota Milestones goals for social and education services for children. The report card uses indicators to help the state and its counties assess their performance. The online version of the Children's Report Card gives you the ability to conduct county-by-county analysis and map individual indicators on the Internet.

Choose a level of data:

How to use the online database

After selecting state or county level data, choose to view data tables or create a map showing indicator data. If you select "view data", you pick a specific county or counties to analyze. Then you have the choice of four report options- you can see data for all indicators, a trend line with updates, the county ranking for a selected indicator or a county comparison for a selected indicator. To create a map simply press the "create a map" button. Additional information about the Children's Report Card and the indicators is available.

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