Our Research.

Grounding our advocacy in facts

Our Research and Data Team collects and analyzes data sourced from city, state and federal agencies. These data are used to produce reports, resources, community needs assessments and advocacy briefs that deepen public understanding of how New York’s children are faring and what public policies are needed to improve child, family and community well-being.

Keeping Track of New York City’s Children is the most extensive database available on the status of the city’s 1.8 million children and is used extensively by community leaders, nonprofit professionals, government officials and others to understand and improve the lives of New York City’s children.

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Our Latest Research and Data Publications

Keeping Track of New York City’s Children | 2024

Data Resources

Welcome to Keeping Track of New York City’s Children: 2024, a data book from Citizens’ Committee for Ch …

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CCC Responds to Governor Hochul’s 2024 State of the State Address 

Issue Reports & Briefs

On Tuesday, January 9, Governor Hochul spoke to New Yorkers in her State of the State Address …

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CCC Brief: From Birth to Age 12. The (Un)Affordability of Child Care and Out-of-School Care in New Y…

Data Resources

In this data resource, we report on our analysis on the affordability of child care costs across a continuum of age coho …

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