The most comprehensive Data source on child well-being in NH, the NH KIDS COUNT 2015 Data Book features 32 indicators, county-by-county comparisons, and summary sheets. Check it out today to see how kids in your community are doing.

This week School Breakfast Challenge award winners from Oyster River High School told us how the School Breakfast Challenge had made a difference in their school.

NH School Breakfast Challenge: 9 schools recognized By: Laura Montenegro (c)

(c) Nashua Telegraph, published March 12, 2015

This week,schools around the country are observing National School Breakfast Week. Help NH Make the Grade.

Second piece in a blog series by Tom Irwin of the Conservation Law Foundation on the importance of screening for lead poisoning.

More American students are benefitting from school breakfast than ever before, according a new report by the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC). Recently FRAC released its Breakfast Scorecard for school year 2013 - 2014, reporting on School Breakfast Program participation in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.


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NH KIDS COUNT 2015 Data Book The NH KIDS COUNT 2015 Data Book features 32 indicators of child well-being and county-by-county comparisons. (April, 2015) 

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NH Map & Data Center The Annie E. Casey KIDS COUNT Data Center provides access to hundreds of national and state-by-state child well-being indicators as well as customizable tools and information.

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