The U.S. Census Bureau and the Federation of Pediatric Organizations have partnered to reduce the undercount of children. Together they hosted a free event for children at the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland. The news conference and event focused on promoting the importance of counting young children during the 2020 Census.
Free Resources to Keep Kids Learning Amid School Closures
Toolkits that include valuable resources for parents and guardians to use at home with students from pre-K through high school.
Census Highlights Efforts to Count Every Child in the 2020 Census
Federation of Pediatric Organizations Announces Every Child Counts Day at Cleveland Event.
Census Bureau Joins Organizations to Help Count Young Children
Census Bureau joins national and local partners at an event in Cleveland on Feb. 22 to raise awareness about the importance of counting kids in 2020.
Big Push to Count Every Newborn and Young Child in 2020 Census
Children under 5 are one of the largest undercounted groups in the United States. The U.S. Census Bureau is making a concerted effort to count all children.
2020 Census in the Classroom
For the upcoming school year, the Census Bureau’s Statistics in Schools program will teach students and parents why everyone should respond to the 2020 Census.
Improving Our Count of Young Children
By conducting the decennial census, the Census Bureau aims to count everyone living in the United States once, only once, and in the right place.