All Kids Count, Count All Kids: School Leaders Can Help

Dan Domenech with Deborah Stein

The counting of young children in the U.S. Census has been dropping for 40 years. In 2010, the undercount hit more than two million kids. The implications for school funding are immense and school leaders have critical roles to play in stemming this undercounting trend in the upcoming 2020 census.

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Deborah Lee Stein, JD is the Network Director for Partnership for America’s Children. Stein, who became the first leader of the Partnership for America’s Children in 2015, has more than 30 years of experience in policy analysis and advocacy on behalf of vulnerable children and their families. She is a nationally recognized child advocate and strategic communications expert who is passionate about improving children’s lives through better public policy. She has written or coauthored reports for KIDS COUNT, the Coalition on Human Needs and the Save for All Campaign, Tax Credits for Working Families, First Focus, Voices for America’s Children, and the Clearinghouse Review.
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